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... been at least thirty
of them. (those who know me well, will understand that I am slightly prone to
exaggeration) They were without doubt a happy bunch, all smiling cheerfully and
imitating everything that we said.
One small and understandably exhausted looking young woman
was introduced as his wife. She was also full of smiles and chatted to Ashwami
in animated fashion. He did not share with us any detail of their dialogue but we
... very expensive beer and some great views back to the city and to the hotel where the movie was made that you are not allowed to visit unless you are a guest. Although the distances were not great, driving between cities was an all day affair and 300 km was the max. Between traffic jams, bad roads and endless detours, a three hour drive easily became six or eight. As a result we had to miss Jaisalamar and head straight to Jodphur. Another tight squeeze through the narrow streets ...
... to go to the Amber Fort, see the Palace of the Winds, the Albert Hall Museum and Jantar Mantar, the astrological masterpiece of the state. Same includes a guide and transportation.
Lunched at the Bhuwaneshwari Restaurant. The thali was fine but not too hungry . I was happily remembering, Tassies, our 'happy snacky' lunches. This was way too much.
Not feeling in top form with the lack of sleep, a slight headache, the ***** and a tummy that is telling ...
... was dressed in a full sari. Suddenly there was an almighty rush of people outside of the shop pulling down all the clothes and throwing them inside. Turns out the police will confiscate anything they find hanging outside of the shop. After bartering with the shop keeper we managed to get 4 pairs of hippy indian trousers for £1.50 each and went on our merry way, bargain! Next stop was finding Bridget some nail varnish and we both got much ...
... pages of those two words used together and some great advice about surviving India. One stated "Initually you're overwhelmed. But gradually you realize it's a wave. Resist, and you'll be knocked over. Dive into it, and you'll swim out the other side." So off I went diving...absorbing what I could, using teachable moments with our daughters, and lastly just accepting India for what it is.
Trying not to get swallowed in ...