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... help but sing the James Bond theme tune in every tuk tuk I'm in now as they are all crazy drivers! I started our first full day in Udaipur by heading to the rooftop of our hotel and doing a yoga class, complete with sun salutations to greet the day. Since Rishikesh, I had not done any yoga, so this was a much needed class. On our second day we welcomed the start of the day by hiking up one of the local hills in the city to watch the sunrise over the palaces, lakes ...
... curries- Karahi Paneer and Reshami Paneer Masala. We were stuffed as having a main meal each is not something we do often. Next on our to do list was a spot of shopping. However, as we walked down the road we suddenly heard someone shouting our names from behind us. It was Soni asking us if we wanted a lift. The shop wasn't too far so even he said we should walk. We started walking again. Two minutes later we heard someone calling our names again. You guessed it, Soni! This time he was ...
... hospitals rather than mainstream 'Western Medicine' hospitals. 4. JAIPUR The capital of Rajasthan and also the hometown of our driver Vijandra. There were a lot more tourists here, a lot more cars, a lot more everything! The old part of the city is known as the 'Pink City', however most of the buildings are actually more of a terracotta colour. Back in the day, the King ordered everyone in this particular part of the town to paint their houses and business pink (the ...
Jaipur is great. Hot, deserty, clean(ish). Very Phoenix Indian style.
this is home of Rajasthan and the Rajputs, or Hindu warriors. The people are very proud. The specialty dish here is Jaipur Vegetables. A spicy cashew sauce ...
... my life learning Calculus.)
Elias is enrolled as an independent study student at Yu Ming and follows the curriculum put forth by his teacher, Shen Laoshi, who skypes with him every other week at weird hours on weekends, and somehow makes it work. She gets an A+. I probably get around a B. We started out a little shaky. Elias’ early nickname for me was “Mean Mama,” but I have not made him sob uncontrollably in about a month. Progress.