Sarvar Guest House
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... inspection I realised that it was bleeding quite a bit more than expected and my whole hand had turned to red with the blood. I causally mentioned it to Mum and opened my hand to show her. She rubbed this alcohol handwash into the cut which stung really, really badly. I then went a bit woozy even though I do not normally get silly at the sight of blood. Mum freaked me out even more by telling me I would probably get Rabies! (this descripton sounds quite a lot ...
... Jodhpur, and the fort in particular, is home to a ton of eagles (the wildlife in India in general was a surprise to me)! In this fort and the other historical sites we visitied, I thought a lot about Grandma Petey and Papa Dick - I think they would have been fascinated by a tour of India!
Sights: blue, blue, blue! eagles
Tastes: navratan korma (too sweet)
... wallahs as they run along the platform, the faster they run and serve, the more they sell, so there is no time to hesitate and choose but it is delicious, hot and homemade. Little packaging, mainly just newspaper to wrap the rice in and eaten with fingers. Much better than a white limp cold sandwich from British Rail ("who?" Ed) After 2 flights and a stay in a very peculiar airport apartment, we arrived weary and dusty to Jodhpur, the Blue City ...
After a fine stay in Ravla Bhenswara I took a local bus north for the four hours ride to Salawas to stay with the Prajapat Family. I had stay with the Prajapat family in 2013 and was keen to catch up with Chhotaram & Shambu plus their parents, brothers and sisters again. On the way up to Salawas I could see how the area had changed in just 14 months. New roads, new bridges and new vehicles had changed the area beyond recognition in what is only a short ...
Delhi medley With my limited experience of travelling in India, transitioning from Rishikesh with the crisp air and tranquil setting in the mountains and touching down to the bursting colour and abundant life of Delhi felt like two extremes of the travelling spectrum that India has to offer. After arriving at my hotel in Delhi (aptly named Hotel Perfect which offered me some small luxuries after basic ashram life) I found a recommended restaurant nearby and tried my first vegetarian ...