Heaven Guest House
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
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... und ein Bier geht es zu unserem Hotel. Um 22:15 geht mein sleeping bus. Ich verabschiede mich von meinem neu kennengelernten Freund Santi und verspreche, dass ich ihn bald in Argentinien besuchen werde. Er ist dort Mountain- Guide und hat mir angeboten, dass wir zusammen ein trekking in den Bergen machen könnten. Wieder eine neue Gelegenheit für eine neue destination, die ich sehr gerne wahrnehmen würde.
Der sleeping bus ist um ...
... masala' tea in tiny cups that look like the ones my kids had for playing tea party. The tea was the best ! Out there...they of course grow their own mix of spices for the teas they make. There was a teen aged girl doing dishes in the sand! Yes, the sand! She would wet some sand, rub it around the metal dishes to scrub them then use piles of dry sand to absorb the moisture and polish the dishes. They really did look clean and shiny when she was done. Amazing! Of course ...
... money M-O-N-E-Y.
He : May I have a gob G-O-B of your water W-A-T-E-R?
Me : No N-O.
Exit Indian stage left.
And believe it or not, that actually happened. This is India I-N-D-I-A. Oh, sorry, I must stop doing that now.
Much of the time was spent exploring, and getting hopelessly lost; as I've said before, this is the best way to discover an Indian city - probably not just Indian! And spending that length of time there, you ...
... something out of Cezanne.
Our last stop was at a cooperative that makes dhurrie rugs. The head of this coop was a very savvy guy and I think the cooperative is prosperous. He showed us how dhurries are made and brought out sample after sample. Our group loved them and bought many. I've posted pictures of my favorite one but I didn't buy it. My birthday is May 4th.
And that ends my blog about Jodphur except to say that yes, the design ...
... no pressure and had a scooter with 35 klm on it for 400. I reckon we got a great deal. We picked up a map from the tourist office the evening before so off we head. First stop was to fill the scooter. 320 rupees, about $6.00, filled the tank. It seems the price of fuel is fairly comparative here. We did get a little lost, well confused maybe, on the way to get fuel. An Indian man stopped and gave us directions though. The people here are genuinely helpful and mostly expect nothing ...