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Travel Blogs from Jodhpur
... Eric and I could get in on some of the action, while snapping some videos and pictures. I was close to being lit by a few small firecrackers, but what a rush! I truly do, and always have, loved Indian music. I am just not sure when, if ever, it is acceptable for a man to dance his little heart out to it here. Eric probably wants to get his twerk on, so I give him credit for restraining himself. Antony knows that in the privacy of my own home or ...
... how India, despite being independent still is not truly independent from the developed world. This is something that we had commented on to each other many times previously. I shall briefly explain. People say that all countries develop in the same way; they go from poor countries with little regard for the environment to rich countries who then begin to protect and care for their environment. The UK did it following the Industrial Revolution and India ...
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 keen to share stories, which was at the same time very rewarding to see them open up in that ...
... On my way I ran in to 4 American girls who were on their way to get some coffee, and they invited me along. Turns out they were in India to spread the message of Jesus. They talked to me about Jesus and their faith for a while. They were really, nice and bought me a 90 rupee iced coffee. After coffee we parted ways and I went back to Paharganj and met a German couple. I met them because, like me, they looked like they were new to India--I had just decided to go up and talk to them. ...
... breaky and to freshen-up. What we had not expected (esp for the cost) was the character this place had. With Zanzibar style doors, antique furniture and classic decor; it felt as if we had stepped back in time. Our room alone was over 500 years old and used by nobles during their weddings. The view from the cafe of Mehrangarh Fort was formidable and a taster of things to come.
After freshening up we headed straight to the Fort - India's largest, situated ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet