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... of them and we are able to visit several, including one that is now a museum. Inside are displays on regional dress and turbans. You can tell where in India a person is from by how their turban is tied or the style of dress. Allen gets a lesson in turban tying. The Havelis are everywhere and it is fun to walk down the narrow streets and discover one after ...
... for Niamh and found a kiosk where they usually sell them for 10 rupees each and so were very pleased to sell her a whole packet for 150 rupees (£1.50). They are black and look pretty disgusting and called hitler black!
Its very tempting just to chill and doze and it's getting very hot with temps expected to be about 35 today but we thought we should take a trip out to the next village as we have a driver on hand also.
Spent some ...
... on village roads which was not in good shape and were no street lights too, so had to manage with our car headlight. We bypassed few villages while were busy in talking, drinking and smoking, suddenly one of us shouted loud enough to take hold on us and riveted our attention on the passing village, which was much crowded, illuminated, shops were opened in the middle of night. I believe, most of people stopped here to take some ...
... for luck. We had a delicious vegetarian lunch (oh
god, more food!!) eaten by hand sitting cross-legged on the main bed of the
house. Such lovely hospitality.
After a much needed afternoon nap back in my room, I watched
Sarla cook the evening meal, and joined in on making chappatis and chai. During
the cooking session was the daily visit by a large bull, who pokes his head in
the front door and expects to be given a couple of chapattis. Bizarre!
... I'm aware the aforementioned exchange must seem moot for two people who, at the moment, have the luxury of time. Typically I wouldn't care about the unexpected altered itinerary, but most of the tiny rural towns we were visiting had little going on outside the standard Hindu temple and tchotchke markets. Furthermore, Adam's birthday wasn't just any birthday - this was his big 3-0; the beginning of a decade where optimism, hope, and trust would be ...