Devi Garh By Lebua
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... so many dogs on the streets, some injured, some starving, some tending to puppies, some covered in mange, we've been so careful not to touch these sweet creatures or to put ourselves into harms way. Spending the day at Animal Aid Unlimited allowed us to help the organization while also being able to take pleasure in spending time with these beautiful creatures. And for all of the homesickness we might feel it also gave us some puppy ...
... our nails with very detailed pictures. The blue painting with the elephants that I have included in the photos is one of his. The traditional yellow paint is made from cow urine and the gold is mad from crushed camel bones - not very vegetarian! Over a cup of chai, we got talking to the artist about India, Indian politics and Modi, the new president of India, about whom many Indians seem very optimistic. He was very interesting to talk to but some of his ideas ...
... they would start on the next stack of money. No one wasn't even paying attention to them. We wouldn't see that in Nova Scotia!!! Our flight was about an hour and then we had to drive about 45 minutes, get on a little boat for about 2 minutes to reach our hotel. Our hotel is a on a little island and intact the island is the hotel so there is no surrounding land. This lake palace is in the middle of Lake Pichola. Once we got ...
... wind blowing against us. It was beautiful and at that moment I couldn't have chosen anywhere else I would have rather been. As it was getting dark we clambered back down the stairs using the torch on our iPhones to guide the way. I didn't want to leave but the driver had waited long enough. The drive home was hysterical. Niomi and I were quite literally in fits of laughter the kind where your in pain and your eyes streaming with tears. It was all thanks to our ...
... midday heat. We were ordered quite sternly by someone who seemed to have no authority whatsoever to walk on the left hand side and circle the temple for good luck, good health or something of the sort so we did that, hopefully it will work. Time seemed to fly as we spent the rest of the early evening discovering various other landmarks in the city such as the clock-tower and fountains which I forget the names of. For dinner we went on a hunt to find ...