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... museum housed in a Haveli (old guesthouse) with displays of puppets and dusty turbans, including one reputed to be the largest in the world. on our roof top restaurant enjoying a Kingfisher sundowner, while Roz was watching fruit bats in the tree below, I started a conversation with two Indian tourists. They were in fact retired doctors from Newcastle! As is often the case I start the conversation but once I have broken the ice Roz dives in and is more garrulous than ...
... she was accidentally promised to the rulers of Jaipur and Jodhpur so both parties rode in with their entourages to claim her. So you can imagine that exchange.
"Soooo, Krishna, this is awkward..."
"What's awkward, dad?"
"Well... we kinda promised you to too dudes. Both of which are pretty capable of kicking our *****."
"If we give you to one the other ...
... vegetarian lunch at Udaipuri vegetarian kitchen which was packed with locals and ridiculously cheap for the flavour and quality of the food. Unusual wall decorations here made up of silverware and pots and pans.
Our guide Shastri appears to be something of a local celeb being greeted by many many people - in fact we were told by at least three other guides that we were fortunate to have him and that he is a guru. He tells us he usually works these days out of Jaipur and that ...
... She should be going back to he family on monday. We did a cooking class today which was great! We cooked palak paneer, aloo gobhi, aubergine tomato, dal fry and bhindi (okra) masala. It was great fun and very enlightening. We will be buying bag loads of spices very soon! Tomorrow we are going for another session of rabies vaccinations then heading out for breakfast! I'll put some photos up ...
... So we headed out the hotel, found ourselves a tuk tuk and off we went to the sanctuary which is called Animal Aid Unlimited. It was nice to get out of the city and into the surrounding countryside, and through small villages where kids would wave and shout hello as you went by.
After about half an hour we arrived at the animal sanctuary which was down a bumpy dirt track from the road. We told our tuk tuk driver that we would like him to wait but in the end he ...