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 ...
... and according to the Uttar Pradesh Government website, the largest gateway in the world.
We went to the tomb of the Sufi saint, Salim Chishti, and followed the crowd in circumambulating the tomb. Many were tying a red or yellow string on the lattice work. Apparently if you make a wish and tie a string at this tomb, it will come true. After all it was this saint that Akbar had turned to when he was still childless at age 26. It ...
Saturday, November 1 and another hot day in Varanasi. We breakfasted, packed up and left our charming hotel on the Ganges. In the late afternoon we would fly back to Delhi, but first we had a visit to Sarnath, not far outside town. In 560 BC a certain Siddhartha Gautama left his wife and young son and began a journey in search of the answers to the mysteries of life. Eventually he found enlightenment and at Sarnath preached his first first sermon to five monks. The ...
After a good nights sleep Kathleen has got over her culture shock and confirms that, apart from the very steep stairs up to our room, likes the hotel. We have a nice breakfast served to us. The staff are eager to please, as they were at dinner the night before. It is sometimes a bit disconcerting when they stand watching as you eat. You do feel a bit like saying go away and let us eat in peace but that would be very unkind. They are not intending to ...