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... When we arrived there, a man wrapped our head with a single-sheet fabric called turban. Then we rode on an elephant to Amber Fort. Once we got there, we could already see a stunning view of the mountain and could see a small version of Great Wall of China. We visited so many of the ancient Royals’ offices, bedroom, kitchen, and many more. There are several cool things about Amber Fort such as the bathhouse. It was interesting how it work with water system and how it ...
Stopped by in Jobner for a spot of work. Nothing much, just a teeny weeny bit !
I told the guys who I was seeing that I had driven all the way just to meet them. Some three days non stop, I said, straight from Bangalore. Much s******ing , haha and rolling of eyes.
Then I showed them my car standing there with the KA number plate. Their jaws fell. Literally to the floor.
It was a sight to behold.
Did not tell them the truth. Very naughty !!
... Deep and I were walking around an arena where they had a wrestling act, I heard thumping on the ground growing closer. Suddenly I realized we were walking on a track where they were racing camels...no signs or fence was posted to warn a person that they may get run over by a camel. There was no time to say anything, I grabbed Deep and pushed him off the track just before the camel came barreling around the bend so that we barely missed being pummeled.
... hotels, train stations - literally everywhere you go. Women are generally at home and in many states women cannot work. Travelling with Steve makes it much easier for me - even though I am constantly stared at, I haven't felt as vulnerable as these two girls did.
We found out that our tickets to Agra also were not available so we asked the girls if they had somewhere to stay and that we could walk them back to where we were if they just wanted a room for ...
... afternoon and an 18 hour sleeper from Jaisalmer to Delhi for the grand total of £3 per head.
After a nap in the sun on the balcony until 9am (checkout time), the Pearl Palace Hotel luckily had a room available for us. At £12 for the three of us this was the priciest room we have had but also the cleanest. The room was soon cross-crossed with drying clothes hanging from strings tied to any suitable fastenings available. Back outside the station we let ...