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As with all of our random, fly-by-the-seat-of-our-pants, unorganized travel planning, Nick decided he wanted to visit Jodhpur based on a photo he saw of "The Blue City". At it turns out it ended up being one of our favorite stops on our trip so far. Many of the buildings in the city are painted an indigo color which they believe …
... they have all spoiled the ship for a ha’pworth of tar. Bear in mind, my most expensive hotel so far has been £40 these are not complaints but only niggles. However they are the sort of thing that really wind you up. Like curtains not wide enough so there are gaps like the Grand Canyon, bed sheets not wide enough to tuck under, no mirror in the bedroom, silly things. People rarely notice good detail, they notice bad much more easily and these hotels could get more good ...
... elephants, along with lots of other Indian artefacts. The view from the top was amazing, again we could see over the whole of the city. We then stumbled across a 'turban gallery' in which we played about with the camera, trying to get good shots of us wearing the turbans which were displayed behind glass.
The best part of Jodhpur by far and one of the best things we have done since we've been here was the Indian ...
... It is a government-run home for children who are orphans. It is a very sad place. The place, as well as the children, is dirty and there is quite a presence of physical violence, especially amongst the girls. During the time I spent there on Monday afternoon, I was supposed to work on English with the girls. One of the girls sat by me and I was trying to communicate to her to write down the letters of the alphabet. Now, this girl is around 14 years ...
... Thankfully it only lasted a few minutes and after the rain stopped we went and found an Indian sweet shop and discovered our new favourite Indian sweets; Gulab Jamin for Alex and Landon or something or other for me. It wasn't until later that night that Alex told me she had actually got a fright when she looked at me as I was so white (whiter than usual if you can believe it). We were soon distracted from this however when a little fight between two stall owners broke out. ...