Durag Niwas Guest House
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A late train got us to Jodhpur at 10pm in the evening to be met by our hotel pick up. The hotel was selected from the Lonely Planet and sounded all very good. A short walk with lots of gawping from the locals (literally – you'd have thought we were naked!) from the station we arrived to shabby looking place on the main road with how can I put …
Thursday morning developed in a relaxed manner: sleeping late and having a lengthy breakfast. At 11:30, I joined Becy, Kate and Sarah in the Empowerment Center to do the "Good Touch, Bad Touch" workshop a second time, as the majority of the women were not there on Monday morning due to the rain.
The workshop was successful and the women seemed …
The temple was nothing special, but it was nice to be out and about. The Tuk Tuk ride took about half an hour and our first stop was the supposed location of Buddha's first sermon. After that, we walked around many ruins of different temples. On the far left side, we discovered a group meditating and we were invited to sit with them. It was a patch …
... with the straightest face ever. We had a nice moment in Jaipur in a dingy restaurant where only Hugo and I and another British couple were eating…both hugging our Lonely Planets and both secretly asking ourselves what grubster-hippy backpacker had recommended the place…when all four of the waiters huddled in the far corner were burping like friggin’ plugholes! We gave each other a glance and allowed one another to giggle girlishly at ...
... sitting next to me had his feet in the isle and was sleeping against me, but all in all, it wasn't too bad. It even arrived in the amount of time I was told it would.
During the bus ride I was able to buy some cheap road side snacks – a deep fried stuffed chilly thing and another deep fried I-don’t-know-what. The chilly was very spicy, but very good (So was the other thing). The bus ride was relatively interesting too – a lot of strange, ...