Archive for November, 2004

Tigers Burning Bright (Rathambhore NP)

Tuesday, 30 November 2004

No visit to India would be complete without seeing a tiger – so with this in mind I headed off to the Ranthambhore National Park.

Tired of Tourism (Rajasthan)

Saturday, 20 November 2004

My second day in Pushkar was a little more relaxed, as my “Passport to Pushkar” (the little red wristband from the guy who hassled me yesterday) meant that most other touts stayed away from me as I was no longer a newbie, although I had not quite reached the level of seasoned Israeli hippie.

In the Land of Kings (Rajasthan)

Wednesday, 17 November 2004

My three week tour of Rajasthan started by being met at my hotel in Delhi, by my driver Jackie who reminds me a lot of an old boss I used to have, although a lot less serious.

Avoiding the Delhi Belly (Delhi)

Tuesday, 16 November 2004

The Rough Guide to India warns against taxi touts at Delhi airport, so not wanting to negotiate within minutes of arriving, I thought it might be more fun to take the bus.

Flight from London

Monday, 8 November 2004

As many of you who know me will no doubt be aware, I am frequently late for appointments: with this in mind I thought I should try to aim to leave for Gatwick from London at least 4 hours before my flight.