The Bagh Resort Bharatpur
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The camera and binoculars were in constant use, although
photographing birds via a zoom lens is not easy. We developed a technique of
shooting off as many shots as possible in the hope that there would be some
good images amongst the rubbish when we came to edit them later.
Our guide was still totally animated, leaping and creeping
depending on the need. Birds that found our favour were, inevitably the
... warm up, i really enjoyed this. As we were leaving the palace, I was approached by a little Indian girl who was clearly encouraged by her parents to make a contact with the alien white blond person. She said "Welcome to India" to me in a very shy voice and was ready to run away as i've noticed that her parents are taking pictures and her siblings are staring. So I got her to take a picture with me and i think she was petrified, but ...
This was a stop gap on the way to Agra as it's quite a long journey! Here there is a bird sanctuary, which I think my mum, Joycey, would love but we were so tired, most of us gave it a miss and just had a rest day. Although seeing so many places so quickly is amazing, packing and unpacking your things so often and constant traveling on ...
... transportation more than one time. There is a cow hanging out in the middle of the train station. We find a car that can take us for 4000 rupees. Josh and I go back in to use the restroom sand when we come out the cow is peeling outside. I didn't expect to see a house trained cow when I would think about this adventure. The car ride takes 3 hours and we decide we should eat. Our driver takes us to another tourist trap called Indiana, the food ...
... I caught up I had to ask him what he had said, what I had missed seeing. This was irritating, as here was yet another guide who was pretending he had only one person on his tour, the young one. I was again the leftover.
Usually my ego is strong enough to weather passing insults, but with the stress of trying to keep up on a basically broken bike, and again seeing that I was nothing in this guide's eyes, I almost lost it. ...