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City palace- half was closed because the king died a few days ago. It's the 2nd most visited place In India after the Taj Mahal Shopping- amazing markets Bought tops and scarves and amazing stripey trousers. Fresh pineapple Pizza place for dinner- huge mistake- I'm now ill Boarded the chennai express at 7.30pm sleeper ...
... farmer who was probably clicking her and was raising hue and cry about it, I was not impressed, why did she not object to other photographers if she felt so violated by others clicking her, side-effects of new found feminism in our country I would say.
Meanwhile the real marathoners were returning after completing the first loop, I started motivating them without any self interest this time since timings had already gone for a toss, but ...
... weren't there, and he was insisting we get out of the car
and opened the boot to extract our luggage. We knew something was
wrong as the journey had been much quicker than we expected, plus
there was a clue in the fact that only our car was there. Me and
Kate stayed put in the taxi and Fred and Ginger watched over the
luggage in the boot while the driver was on the phone supposedly
trying to find out where Santo and the rest of them were. He then
... pyramid company (apparently there are already many millionaires who have been created by this company in a very short period of time). We refused … are we fools or what? Eventually the pizza turned up. It would seem that Indians can curry-fy anything and make it as spicy as hell … even a pizza.
After lunch, still breathing fire, we found a driver to run us around for the afternoon for 3 quid, not too bad. He took us up to the top ...
... We left our bags in the cloakroom and hopped in a rickshaw to the Palace, of course only after a thali in a local resaturant, which was one of the best yet, with several smaller dishes; loads of variety!Having been stung once more by the ludicrious 'foreigner' prices which are usually 100 times the local price; usually about 10/20Rs for locals and 250 Rs for foreigners, we decided to take a leisurely stroll around the ...