|Pink because of the colour of the buildings in the old city and not because the men hold hands. They do like their homophobic jokes though. We went to the Raj Mandir cinema (which looks like a pink cream cake) to see a Hindi film and the films running gag was that someone's maid thought the 2 leading men were gay. Including one bit (that got the biggest laugh in the film) when one is trying to get the phone and the other is stopping him - "Give it to me", "No", "Give it to me", "No", I think you get the gist.
We got a bus to Amber fort-palace yesterday (Denis thought it should be called the Brown fort-palace as it it was a bit run down). It was busy with Indian tourists who wanted to take photos of us. We said no unless they paid us 10 Rupees.
To escape the crowds we walked 2km uphill to Jaigarth Fort, a fort that was never captured in it's history which also houses the worlds biggest wheeled cannon. This was fantastic, very peaceful and superb views. Well worth the trip.
S still solid, D solid again, was just a flash in the pan.