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... into laughter every time I popped it open. As we walked with them, it seemed that there were unofficial and invisible borders past which they couldn't travel, and they would stop in these places and wave goodbye; only to be replaced by another group of smiling kids. But there was one child who followed us on her own; a girl in a green floral salwar kameez who smiled and said "namaste" to each and every one of us. She had Down syndrome. On the day of our school visit day we ...
... 160;The kids were quite impressed as they thought the fort we were going to see would be an Australian type fort, maybe a bit bigger and more elaborate than the fort at Binginwarrri. The mighty Mehrangarh fort built in 1459 on top of a rocky hill is a magnificent spectacle. As the night set in lights lit up the fort from below adding another dimension to this great landmark. We explored the fort on day 2. The fort was used by ...
Set off for Jodhpur realising along the way I had lost a day somewhere. Great having days rolling into one another. The road journey led us through the mountains back onto the dusty plains - quite amazing how so many people live and survive in these conditions. There is colour popping up everywhere with the women in their beautiful saris working on the land or walking along the road with pots on their head looking so elegant. What amazes me constantly is they ...
... t one. Pity.
We had a great breakfast and now I've forgiven the egg situation as they have gone back to normal.
Me, Gail, Brendan and Olivia saw a few sights, Alice was now Ill again and had to be taken to a clinic she was still vomiting and now had a fever, Izzy and Naveen went with her.
The Mehrangarh Fort flabbergasted me, I could have spent all day in there. The paintings were my favorite and normally that might not be the case but they were ...
... busy and hot so we didn't stay long. The Jain religion is the one where devout monks wear masks so they don't breathe in insects and sweep the floor in front of their feet so they don't kill them by standing on them. We had to remove all leather (purses, watch straps etc) before entering. Somehow I missed out but the others all received a gentle daub of ochre on their foreheads as good wishes for a long and auspicious life - hope you can see them in the photo.
After a ...