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... offer us a late breakfast on our verandah – a dish of beautifully presented cut fresh fruit, lassi, toast, honey and coffee. Later, he would take Judith on a tour of the village. The walk up the 800 odd steps to the white elephant built on the summit of the rock opposite was temporarily ill-advised as a leopard was known to be in the area. Whilst, so far, he had contented himself with one or two stray dogs each day from the village, you never can tell ...
... of them must have thought it funny that these foreigners were getting a kick out of riding in a bullock cart - and paying for it. We eventually left the village behind, and our way was only lit by the moon - and the oil lamp that the man, who was walking by the carts, carried. We passed a sadhu (or someone who gave the impression of being one) singing in a most beautiful voice…and after that, there was only the sound of crickets, and the swish of the bullocks’ tails - ...
We decided to take a departure from the usual local buses and have a driver from the drive from Udapur to Jodhpur, so we could see the old 15th century fort of Kumbalagargh and the famed Jaia Temples of Ranakpurwhich were kinda sorta on the way. We had a really nice driver who we chatted to us about the caste system, Brahimin and Rajput families and their traditions (as an outcast to his family, our driver was a Brahimins and his wife, through a non approved ...
... else leather, full pat down by security guards before we were allowed in. We thought we were 'templed out' so we decided not to pay the Rs100 (about $2) camera charge as we had in all other monuments in India, but it was so spectacular, and we were the only tourists in there. So we regretted it big time. The ornate marble carving on 1,444 columns, all different and with significance, set around beautifully carved domed ceilings were nothing like we had seen ...
... one each. The only problem is we spent most of our money last night,in fact Bevan wallet does not have 1 rupee. We have to borrow 500 rupee from Mahendra - how embarrassing the foreign tourists have no money. With purchase in hand off we go. We stop at the first ATM we find so we can get money and pay the driver back. We also have another chia and a stuffed chapati from the local street vendor. Back in the car we drive for another 3 hours before we stop for lunch. One thing I notice ...