A sort of round-up and mixture of things I will remember about India.
Needless to say, there are about a zillion more snaps which I won't bore you with.
We travelled about 2,000 miles, so quite a lot of memories are to do with the road.
This is the bar of an enormous palace in Kota
which was built in 1905 and designed by the fellow whose photo sits above the fireplace.
Our bedroom had 20ft ceilings and was bigger than our whole apartment in New York.
There were very few other guests though the food was wonderful.
The billiard room was full of the heads of animals
carelessly killed in the earlier part of the last century.
The upper fort in Jaipur -- above the Golden Fort. It dominates the hilltop.
Ramesh was particularly keen to see the fort which had the biggest gun in the world.
Yes, we did see the Taj Mahal and it was wonderful.
I liked the quiet gaze of the little boy on the bus too.