Mahar Haveli (A Heritage Home)
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... Who needs vitamin C anyway?
Pulled in at Gorakhpur train station at 9am - tired, dirty, sweaty and looking absolutely divine I’m sure, and immediately got into a cab to the Nepalese border. I think decision made to move on now and looking forward to Nepal. We’re all sorry to be leaving India - it’s been fab crazy madness for 3 weeks but looking forward to some peace I think and clean air.
... had). These windows allowed the women to gaze out into the street I observed. We saw a milk market in town and it could either be cows milk, water buffalo or camel milk. The locals play polo here with their bicycles. They also play cricket and chess. The streets are swept daily by several women who are paid to do this my the municipality and they sweep it into a pile where it is picked up by the municipality. However they are piles that seem to be ...
... nowhere to be seen in Rajasthan. Men and women seem to live completely separate lives and it was a bit odd to rarely see a female face while we were in Rajasthan. This was definitely our best day in India so far.
We booked tickets for Jodhpur and Jaisalmer. Both smaller cities and more quiet. We're slowly approaching the desert. We are complete novelties here and have had our pictures taken with many a randomer giggling as they stand in the picture ...
... construction still so we had a few risky steps to climb upto our room, obviously health n safety isn't an issue here! In our room we had a place for worshiping and loads of pictures of the guy who owned the hotel, bit strange. We also had an indian/western toilet in the bathroom and the whole electric kept going off every 20 minutes. One of the guys in the group has OCD and said he couldn't cope with staying in the room haha. After having some dinner, we headed out for ...
I arrived to Jaipur at about 7am. Immediately after leaving the train station some local guy approached me offering a ride to my hotel. He said that rickshaw drivers were on strike that day so I could take a taxi or a cycling rickshaw. At first I didn't believe him as it sounded dodgy to me but actually it was correct. Cycling rickshaw turned out to be cheaper than a normal one as well so it all worked out perfectly! During my journey to my hotel my driver showed me a ...