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... 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 ...
... Jodhpur is called the Blue City because a large portion of the old city is quite literally blue! You’ll see all the possible shades of blue! There are many stories as to why they are painted blue - one is that during the ancient wars, the brahmins to identify themselves as such to the enemies would paint their houses blue and the enemies would spare the home of a priest. The other popular reason is apparently blue keeps away ...
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The next day we went to Mehrangarh Fort museum and had an audio tour - I'd love to give you lots of facts about the fort but you just get distracted whilst you're in there as there's so much to see. The posh English accent on the audio tour kind of drops away and you find yourself straying from the tour route and finding different things! We came across a man, who was actually part of the museum tour, smoking opium in one of the areas ...
... been handy for the cannibals of the Africa wilderness. The dirty street drains flowed with vibrant red colours of the day as if they were the veins of the city. Two hours later and we were exhausted and headed back to the sanctuary that was secured by our hotel gates. After a long shower we spent the day on the roof top restaurant with an amazing view of the fort above us. The colours stained our skins and we still bear the tinted ears and toe nails of the ...
... for Rs 3000 - would have been an extra 300 with a/c. Going by car has the advantage of taking in an eye ball level trip through the countryside and taking in a temple and a fort en-route. We started off over pretty good roads but these soon shrank to single track roads which didn't really seem to limit the speed of the driver too much. The whole trip was upwards of 300km plus a couple of stops so I guess he had to get a move ...