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... some sort of deal the Maharaja and they all lived happily ever after. I
hope you have enjoyed this detailed report although one or two details may be
slightly inaccurate, the overall story is roughly correct.
You may find it surprising that I was rubbish at history in
Once back in town we strolled around in order to drink in
the atmosphere. This was best described as chaos. To be fair, most Indian towns
... you love to travel" ya think? I'm sitting here in front of you in a palace in India, that's a pretty good assumption. He read my past, present and future and good news future looks bright! I'm just glad he didn't see food poisoning in my future.
The Jaswant Thada was also great, small in comparison, but tranquil up there with the birds and ponds. We hiked back up to the Fort and back down to town to the Sardar Market. Not the greatest market ( I'm amazed I am ...
... which sells ethical, tribal products from across India. At six o clock on the 15th November it was time to meet my group for the next three weeks (Intrepid North India Unplugged tour - http://www.intrepidtravel.com/india/nor th-india-unplugged-85615). Our group is great and consists of six women and one man, who I feel very sorry for amongst all these women! Like all adventure travel groups we span the globe with members from Australia, New Zealand, UK, and Ireland. Our guide Madi ...
... anything, but Paul went for a wee pootle about and brought me back some things to tempt my appetite.
He had spotted a wee roof top restaurant just around the corner so we went up the stairs to see what it was like, and as soon as we went inside there was Deepasol, a lovely young man we had met in Pushkar, this was his restaurant, and not long opened. He welcomed us in like old friends and made us ...
... to an Indian that we are backpacking for 1 year with only one bag and have no room for a Persian rug falls on deaf ears most of the time!
The clock tower marks the centre of Jodhpur and (apparently) shares the same clock mechanism as Big Ben in London, but no bells. We climbed the clock tower one evening for some good views of the city as the sun ...