The Bagh Resort Bharatpur
Travel Blogs from Bharatpur
... Our hotel in Bharatpur is called The Bagh. Its buildings are spread out in a lovely wooded area. We have lunch in the restaurant. When we get back to the room we both have a lie down as its still very hot. Kathleen isn't feeling great. I think she has had. Bit too much sun at Deeg. We just have the rest of the day in our room and an early night. We skip dinner. After the amount of weight we have put on, we can afford to miss a meal. Ok. I did have a banana.
... I will continue to look at our guide when he speaks only to Meghan, and hope that he remembers there are two of us present. It wouldn't matter so much if there were more people in the group, as then I'd have someone else to talk with, to be with, but with only two of us it is a difficult situation for the one left out. Such a simple oversight has blighted the whole experience of this otherwise amazingly wonderful tour.
... India each year, and that this is probably only a third or less of such cases, since many cases of honor killing go unreported.
To us, these discussions left the impression that marriage in India can be very difficult with the close involvement of the entire family and that children are often thought of much more as commodities than we are accustomed.
We are looking forward to moving on tomorrow to the Taj Mahal, which promises to be one of the highlights of the trip. ...
... monkeys were they started to make a worried screeching sound. After a while we found out that this was because of the panther that was on the hill above. They were hiding at the temple to stay safe. Apparently he does this every night. We could even make out the top of his ears and tail swishing when we looked up. We climbed up even higher and along the way met more friendly monks who showed us their houses which were like tiny one room ...
... Sure enough, at ten to six our train chugs in. Illuminated signs on the platform alternately display the train and carriage number respectively - a neat little system. A man arrives to paste up the manifesto which confirms our places in berths 31 and 32. We haul our bags onboard and shove them under the lower berth. I take the upper and it's back off to zizz for a few more hours. It's very nice that, on arrival, there is a man standing with our name on a placard. ...
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