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... They eventually lost interest and went away. Another old woman (not sure if she was really that old but her face was very weathered) came up to me and grabbed my arm quite strongly and made the nonverbal motion to give her money or food. I had nothing on me nor would I open up a wallet in front of her. She was very pushy. The guide seemed to pick up on our anxiousness with these nomadic people and got us on the road away from them. It wasn't a pleasant experience and when we were ...
... in the plants that seem to latch on to your feet everywhere. They really hurt so many times we would have to stop and get rid of burrs on the bottom of our pants or shoes.
After the hills, we roamed through the neighbouring areas until we got to a little sandy road to a trough where we let the camels drink some community provided water for all of the local animals. The camels respond to various noises made by their owner. He made a weird little whistling noise ...
... been fired through their ******es, and a very helpful sign was painted into the tree - “God of Sex”. After very politely asking if he could tell us about this, and promising that he will be subtle (in view of female company), he proceeded to tell us the story - long story short, this was more about fertility than about sex.
It was dark when we got to the clock tower market, which we were at the previous night. We said our goodbyes to Kuldeep who handed us ...
... overdid it with the pictures). Also, there is a man/boy who feeds the eagles everyday, so we got to see hundreds of eagles swarming the top of the fort for a free handout.
The city is called the Blue City because the large Brahmin population in part of the town painted their houses blue. We tried a few Jodhpur specialties and were impressed. The cashew curry and rabodi were the best.
... upon work somewhere in the country. Jodhpur had a different atmosphere to the rest of the big cities. Streets get narrow which means only people and cows can make their way around. Great for avoiding the din of horns but not so great when there's cow pat on every corner. You need your finest acrobatic skills to avoid getting a flip flop full of the stuff. We got a tuk tuk to bring us to our guesthouse. He drove us down a dark alley at around 11PM and told ...