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Travel Blogs from Jodhpur
... the foot. The views of the city were pretty awesome, the mini lake was great and the mild tomfollery of the guard (pretending to have a billy club that was actually a fruit taken from a tree or his giving me a fist bump) made it a pleasant place.
The final night saw some partying, and at some point a dare was given to put my hair into a leia bun. There is photo evidence of the attempt.
The next morning, we hopped on a bus and went off to Udaipur.
... do are lesser people. I believe it's everyone's own personal decision and right. What I dislike is being told non-stop that: a) there is only one god, b) I'm going to hell for not believing in him, c) there's a heaven only for "good" people, d) the bible is 100% truth and an historical document written by god himself or at least co-authored by him. I always say, "how can there only be one god when Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, Jews and everyone else, doesn't believe or ...
... rickshaw had to make room on the small lanes for a passing elephant. Funny enough the other day at the traffic highs a bull stopped beside us waiting for the lights to go green.
Day two started with a jeep safari tour in rural Jodhour. We stopped at some scenic sites to watch gazelles, jackles and birds all in action - all that was missing was David Attenborough.
Next we went too see some traditional craft people at work. First stop was at a ...
... on a quiet dimly lit residential street where there is little of the hustle and bustle of regular Jodhpur. There are a number of rooms available many of which are residences for long-term volunteers with Sambhali Trust. Sambhali has many projects focused in Jodhpur proper, including a classroom for girls and disadvantaged children found on the second floor of the guesthouse. The trust also provides sewing machines and lessons for women interested ...
Jodhpur is halfway between our previous stop, the state capital Jaipur and Jaisalmer, one of the most westerly towns in India. Jodhpur had some fine sights and certainly the most impressive one to date too - Meherangarh Fort. Our residence at Heaven Guesthouse was loomed over by the fort, in fact it dominates the skyline for most of the town. The drama of Jodhpur started soon after arrival. An auto-rickshaw taxi ride to get ...
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