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... powders at each other. We had a blast at the Holi Festival! We were covered in many different colors.
Afterwards, we went back to the hotel to clean ourselves. At 4:30, we rode the jeeps to the pottery village, we watched a talented man making the pottery. We bought few things to give presents to our families and friends.
We head to other small village; the people there called themselves Bishoni. They believed in twenty-nine principles that state that ...
... workers hosted me at her house to catch up, since she'd been gone in Canada for the past 3 weeks. As you can see, I've had a lot packed into the past week. Probably, because I am starting to feel really sad about leaving and can't believe how little time I have left.
This weekend, I'm off to Mumbai to meet up with my friend Laura who has been studying in Thailand for the semester!
Look for more updates when I get back,
... grabbing our stuff and then noticed Clíona's piercings, well that was interesting. He admired them for a while, pulled out her whole tunnel and looked in amazement, couldnt understand the lip piercing, tried to twist and pull it, stole a lock from miriam then and off he went. Cheeky bugger!
Zip lining (tokkelen) time now. We were very excited for this. We had to fill in a form for safety reasons and as soon as clíona handed in hers they ...
... rig. The front of the truck is frequently highlighted with more colorful painted designs and some type of colorful DJ type lighting equipment, strobe like, something you'd picture at a rave or dance club. Regardless the lighting equipment serves a specific purpose other than being kind of fun. It definitely grabs your attention and screams at your eyes, "here I am, get out of my way if you see me, because I might not see you through the road dust, and cows ahead, oh... and I ...
... with a women is we spent what seemed like a month of Sundays looking at every design of dress, skirt, scarfs, shoes. I cant really complain as i did buy 2 cheap cotton tshirts for 280rs each.
The lonely planet advised heading to "the omlette shop" which is in the back of a tiny little stall near the clock tower, i am glad we did as we tried the best selling masala cheese omlette which came inside 4 slices of toast, it ...