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We were sad to say goodbye to Bundi, but it was time to catch our third train of the trip to Chittaurgarh lying 90 miles further south west in Rajasthan. The train ride was smooth and only two hours later we pulled in to our stop.
The hotel was literally opposite the train station so it was only a short walk to avoid the many sleeping cows, tuk tuk drivers and ...
... I am now a proud owner of two new visas in my passport (India and not to forget Nepal) and have bought enough things to already fill up my entire back back (almost) which is worrying considering how much time I have left .. Ups I am now sitting on my plane ready to set off and once again have been very very fortunate !! I was in the queue next to two lovely guys, both from England and one from ...
... show is superb and gives us the glimpses of grace of Queen Padmini, bravery of Maharana Pratap, Jauhar and Kashum practices of Rajputs, and divinity of Meera, a hindu female icon for her divine love for Lord Krishna.
Kids enjoyed the stories as most of them are part of their history syllabus. It was a engaging excursion and we had great time in the midst of Aravali Mountains where the fort is located.
... till 2am so hopefully I have a few hours to blog while standing still - the train I mean - not me. Lets get back to yesterday. Visited the KIngs Palace in Jaipur which was pretty impressive, but the highlight was definately Amber Fort. Google it please but I will try to add some photos here in this blog. The fort is an immense fortified structure governing over the beautiful valleys and hills that surround it. Built by Maharaja Man Singh, ...
... shoulder, or oblivion). Other truck drivers blasted me with deafening airhorns at close range, and I was unable to resist responding with shouted insults and rude gestures (maybe a few more Vipassana meditation retreats are in order!).
The first person I met in the town was a journalist, and I was soon interviewed by local staff from the same newspaper of the preceding day. A friendly guy in the street told me later that I was the first foreigner he'd seen in his town. ...