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... sounds of street noise- i.e. excessive honking, which indicated that I was indeed far from home. Our local host gave us a brief introduction to Indian Culture and what to expect on our placement. Through my jetlagged haze I remembered two words "just drift…".
Photos do not seem to give an accurate portrayal of the chaos that awaited us outside the four walls of our guesthouse. ...
... wall that had two options on the menu: chicken or beef. We went with the chicken and were served a healthy dose of chicken tikka masala on a chapatti. The bill came to 230 rupees, I assumed per person. Wrong, I had been eating at hotels for too long; the bill represented the total for our group of 4. After a couple drinks at a local bar we headed home in a taxi. I guess with the state of Bangalore traffic, it was bound to happen, but the taxi collided head on with ...
... into their sockets harder before.
The train museum is for children. Everything’s big, colorful, and in large print. THere’s a small playground adjoining the area and everyone taking the tiny tour has a tot with them. Will and I spend some time on the seesaw, trying to laugh rather than linger on the fact that we’re wasting time here. The bus driver approaches us and tells us to get off. “That’s for children.” he says. “We know, ...
... br> 22nd Dec: Arrival at Jaipur Airport
23rd Dec: Visiting Shekhawati Area
24th Dec: Visiting Bikaner and around
25th Dec: Visit Keechan - Pokharan and reach Jaisalmer
26th Dec: Visit Tanot - Sand Dunes - Jaisalmer attractions
27th Dec: Drive to Osian - Bishnoi Village Camp
28th Dec: Visiting Jodhpur and around
29th Dec: Drive to GuruShikar - Mount Abu & around
30th Dec: Eklingji - Nathdwara - Haldighati - ...
... left feeling, so I will highlight, or rather ramble, on a few more key experiences and some of the stronger thoughts.
India is not easy for traveling, at least in the manner that the locals do. This says something about the difficulties the locals experience on a day-to-day basis across their lifetime.
Transportation is not reliable, food is not necessarily fresh, people are not necessarily honest. I ...