The Bagh Resort Bharatpur
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... first place. There is a woman who has been sitting in a corner by the door since we arrived who has done nothing but sit there. The old guy says she is his partner and the cheeky beggar asks for money for her too. I just tell him the pound was for the two of them and we walk out. Nothing ventured, nothing gained I suppose from his point of view.
Its now baking hot as we have a walk round the rest of the palace compound before going back to the ...
... invisible here-- just lumped right there where I am, except they don't see me. And that hurts. What have I become, as an older woman, a ghost? Am I no longer worthy of attention or conversation?
We all crave, or at least need, attention; otherwise we are nobody to others. And that's what has caused my unhappiness these past two weeks in India: I have been treated like nobody, even though I am sitting or standing right ...
... Fatehpur Sikri is known as the first planned Mughal city with sophisticated plans for drainage and water systems.
Ah water. The water sources dried up in a very short time, causing Akbar to abandon this town, returning his court to Agra. It has never been occupied for any length of time since!
And now a word about Indian salesmanship: it is intense! At all of the sites we've been to up to this point, as soon as you get out of your transportation ...
... income and a prospect for some degree of financial support when they can no longer work. Ujjwala said that another result is that the women are now more open to family planning, which is essential if the population boom – now 1.2 billion people – is to be controlled in India.
Climbing on our bus once more, we settled in for a long afternoon of travel to our next overnight destination, the town of Bharapur, which is on the route to Agra and the Taj ...
... we ended up with 4 eggs and 6 slices of toast each!), alongside inedible butter, heavily spiced tea, very weird coffee… you get the idea. Partly this represents the overwhelming Indian desire to please – the same instinct that results in the over-fussing we’ve experienced previously – and partly we think it was because we tipped reasonably well and were actually nice to the staff. We can’t get over ...