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... been reincarnated until they achieve Nirvana) They live by 5 main principles:
1) Do not kill any living thing.
2) Banish anger from your life.
3) Do not possess greed
5) Detach from material possessions and the material world.
(Doesn't sound like anyone I know)
This temple was well worth the 4 hours drive through desert and mountains.
We then reached Jodhpur. A lot of the buildings ...
... left, when she asked if there were snakes in the desert, that ya, sure there likely is but I doubt very much we would ever see one. Man parents lie a lot! But lets just make this clear, Santa IS real.
We also saw a school - government run - off in the middle of no where. The kids all came to the fence and stared and waved at us. 3 boys skipped out and followed us for quite a ways. Apparently one of the older boys kept looking at Jerra and sticking his tongue out ...
... seem to come to Jodhpur, see the fort and not much else then head off again, I’m not sure I understand this, the old town where we are staying is very picturesque and beautiful, I hope more people come and stay for a few extra days to see what else this city has to offer.
We did of course go up to the fort, and yes it is stunning, there are tapestries, paintings, swords and chain mail ...
... they have all spoiled the ship for a ha’pworth of tar. Bear in mind, my most expensive hotel so far has been £40 these are not complaints but only niggles. However they are the sort of thing that really wind you up. Like curtains not wide enough so there are gaps like the Grand Canyon, bed sheets not wide enough to tuck under, no mirror in the bedroom, silly things. People rarely notice good detail, they notice bad much more easily and these hotels could get more good ...
... powders at each other. We had a blast at the Holi Festival! We were covered in many different colors.
Afterwards, we went back to the hotel to clean ourselves. At 4:30, we rode the jeeps to the pottery village, we watched a talented man making the pottery. We bought few things to give presents to our families and friends.
We head to other small village; the people there called themselves Bishoni. They believed in twenty-nine principles that state that ...