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... was inside another shallower metal cup. This second cup was half filled with coffee as well. We weren't quite sure what do to with it. As I'm writing this with a day later I can tell you that we solved the dual cup mystery. You'll have to read tomorrow's entry though. Sorry.
After dawdling in our room for the morning getting our laundry sorted (Lauren came out of the bathroom smelling like detergent and covered in sweat from scrubbing our nether-wear) we roamed the ...
... room was very soundproof, and closed the door to show us, and it did seem to be better, so we started to settle in.
Ten minutes later, a group came to reception and started to argue about something, and we could hear every word spoken, so we insisted we wanted another room. All they could find us was a smaller room on the next floor. The manager insisted Dianne have a look, and it was smaller, but quite OK, so we repaired as best as we could the damage ...
... something about the Australian Dollar as we leave the shoes.
There is no elephant, and no photos, but a lot of people worshipping. On our way out, our man with the moustache objects to a 10Rs tip, wants an Australian Dollar, but happily settles for 20Rs, and points up to his moustache for a photo, after making sure it is suitably twirled. From here we go to the Sri Aurobindo Ashram, founded in 1926 by Sri Aurobindo and the French-born woman known as ...
... difference I observed between myself and white people everywhere was obvious. On the plus side, I got left alone a lot and not hassled to buy rubbish everywhere. I also despise the auto rickshaw trade with a passion! However there were plenty of positives, some of the guest houses had really nice helpful staff. Highs were some amazing sights including the Taj Mahal and Hampi, things that no other country has come close to matching, I miss ...
... my way around a south Indian room service menu, and remote controlled satellite TV kept me amused until late afternoon the next day.
After the heat of the day wore off, a short walk through the busy bazaar area brought me to the 11th century hilltop Rock Fort. I left my shoes near the entrance (shoes forbidden as it is a sacred site), and passed through busy laneways of stalls selling temple offerings and religious souvenirs ...