We had skipped being eaten by tigers, passed the hurdle of the forest and had a relaxing weekend.
I had been liaising with Mantu Agrawal fro the town and it was not long before he greeted us on the way with a number of other people.
We would be walking through the town with a short stop at a temple before proceeding to Mantu’s hotel at the far side.
The traffic was becoming tight but soon we reached a motorcycle showroom which was a rest stop therefore time for some chai.
The last walk session was a lot longer tan usual abut soon we saw the large roadside sign of the Grand Rajwada Hotel and we were greeted by the security guards.
In the hotel reception, Bobby has a chance to rest with a cool glass of lassi.
Bobby had a press interview which would be conducted outside in the hotel grounds.
After this I liaised with Mantu to ensure any supplies we needed were sourced before the market closed.
After this I started on some work before joining Bobby outside when my head hurt.
We were invited to have food in the hotel’s restaurant which was heavier than we were used to but very tasty.
We retired to our room which was lovely and lay down on some very comfortable beds wishing we had more time to relax here.
I had hoped to carry on with some more work but was absolutely shattered after the long day and could not keep my eyes open.
I nodded off dreaming of sleeping on feathers.