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... big pavillion, with explanations about the business opportunities, tourism, shops of the local handicrafts and foodstalls. After a great weekend I took the bus to Ajmer. I stayed there for one night, but didn't like the city that much. The next day I took the local bus to Pushkar, which is only 20 minutes down the road. Pushkar is one of the most sacred Hindu pilgrimage towns in India, and also very well known for its annual camel fair. The fair had ended on sunday, two ...
February 24, 2013
Visiting Jag Niwas (Lake Palace), City Palace, MorChowk
Staying in Udaipur
February 25, 2013
Depart for Jaipur
Visiting either Kumbhalgarh Fort or Chittogarh Fort on the way to Jaipur
Staying in Jaipur
February 26, 2013
Visiting Pink City, Jantar Mantar, Jami Masjid (mosque), City Palace Museum, Jawahr Kala Kendra (20th c., Charles Correa) ...
... the lake. It was very serene compared to city life.
We watched the guy ever so slowly make his way across to get us. We negotiated anew with rickshaw driver to have him wait for us. I could not imagine how we’d get back from there if we didn't. We were about 5 km off the main road and, apart from a few cow herders, we hadn't seen a soul.
It was close to 5 pm by the time we set foot on the island and, to ...
... to have been an unnecessary luxury in Georgia and here in India). I’m enjoying the rain, but at the same time am looking forward to it going so I can stop the multiple, weekly mold-checks.
Act 3: Routine
Now that I have your attention, other than the PTMs I must say that there isn’t much to report. Things are moving in a slow, easy routine and I have gotten a little robotic from it. School, gym, home. School, gym, home...etc ...
... where we will be turning right across a dual carriageway, it seems to be normal practice just to head straight across without even pausing! A quick blast on the horn is the precautionary measure!
It really is too difficult to describe properly - amazingly there seem to be relatively few accidents, and the traffic keeps moving, sort of doing a synchronised dance alternating who is passing in front of who. Beeping the horn is a vital part of driving here - ...