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... s little gems when he skidded to a
halt in a cloud of dust outside a local pottery. He had spotted a family run
business which apparently supplied most of the local towns and villages with
dishes, plates, pots and a variety of other hand-made artefacts. None of this
stuff was meant for tourists or for use as ornaments. Out here the families and
their houses had no use at all for such luxuries. All of these items were
destined for regular ...
... they are just kicking back, watching the world go by and pondering life. It seems in the years in between that the consumption of beetle nut and the resulting red rotten teeth has diminished but the incidence of red hair dye has been lovingly embraced. Hair and beards dyed in the most appalling shade of orange resulting from poor product and the natural colour of the hair they are starting with. It was everywhere and looked so awful but obviously that is my opinion only as they ...
... cell/mobile phone, at least a distraction.
We went around the lake to the bus terminal. Dunno how a dog could sleep at road's edge with the cars whizzing by, yet alone the horns. Out on larger roads, horns are a safety measure, advising a slower moving vehicle that another vehicle is passing. Oddest sight at the bus terminal was an outdoor set of urinals.
On a better bus for our 1015 departure. Sat with Mary. Marking jokes about 5* and Big Mama was some ...
... inaccessible to the public.
After a spot of lunch, we got a tuk-tuk to the Royal Observatory, which was fascinating. It was built by the maharaja, whose name translates as 'one and a quarter' because he was seen to have the intelligence of more than one person.
This evening we went to see a Bollywood film called Deewat e Ishq and got popcorn for 50p! The cinema we went to is one of the remaining 'old ...
... next to shop with everyone trying to drag you inside to see what they had to offer. Naively we jumped the gun and went into the 1st shop without hesitation. There were many people in there sorting out all the clothes and putting them back onto the shelves. Each store was full of colour from all the fabric and had nice cushioned seating on the floor. Bridget was shown different indian trousers while I was pulled to one side to be shown a range ...