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... and had an audio tour through the building before viewing several temples in the surroundings. Although there were four entrances, only one was accessible which of course had to be the opposite side from where we were. It was a nice walk around even though we had to refuse the offer of being ridden there by horse and cart several times! We stopped for lunch where I opted for the South Indian thali. I received 3 veg currys, daal, rice, biryani, 3 roti, ...
... thought it was pretty cool. Her massage ended with a steam bath in an ancient looking contraption that looked a bit like an upright coffin. I had a full lower leg massage. One woman on each leg. It wasn't quite as exciting as Rhonda's, but it was very relaxing. I pretty much crashed for a nap after.
We headed into the city center for the afternoon where the whole of India was celebrating Holy Holy day. One of the ...
... simply be because it was the first big city we have been to in a while or because we were both feeling a bit poorly whilst here. Much of our Stay was spent in our hotel room which was comfortable and had a fan, a TV and a fairly good constant WiFi connection.
We did manage get out to see the zoo which unlike other pitiful zoos in India, conforms to higher standards and there were signs around the zoo stating none of ...
... double berth.' The beds were dished in the middle, not from being old and worn (although they certainly were) but the better to keep the occupant from falling into the aisle (the Indian roads are incredibly bad). The toilet turned out to be the litter strewn and foul smelling side yard of a chai stand where the driver stopped in the middle of the night for a bit of caffein.
You may be getting the idea that transportation in India is a particular challenge, ...
... who looked like Ric************, who very vociferously encouraged everyone crossing him, I desperately really needed every bit of it now to survive the next 6-7 km. The farmers were amazed to see so many people running and were probably discussing the lack of any useful task with these urbanites and women farmers were particularly delighted to see so many women runners.
Meanwhile there were two yellow coloured TATA trucks being given ...