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... It was a lovely development, that has obviously had some thought (and money) put in to it. Very informative and I did get quite a bit out of it. I would have liked to have stayed longer, to read a little more and spend a bit longer taking it all in but, given our disastrous Tuk Tuk travels, we didn't have time.
We all joined again for dinner at a restaurant that gave us a menu with just the one option on it. Needless to say, it was 16 of those things then, please. The ...
... was somewhat disappointing (consisting mainly of us pretending to be able to see far off antelope to keep our desperate-to-please guide happy), we did get to visit a village hut and try some opium tea (bitter tasting and drunk directly out of a cupped hand) which Matt was getting right stuck into until he was warned to stop in case he was sick! I also had a go at a bit of pottery (results were predictably bad, see below) and met some turbaned old men who had perfected ...
... has dormitories in which pilgrims can stay for free. I didn't stay there though and made a donation for the food, as I felt it was not really up to me to take advantage of it.
Another reason to visit the city is the opportunity to go to the Wagga border everyday. This is the border with Pakistan, where they have made a daily show of the changing of the guards, on both sides! Thousands of people gather at the Indian side, all singing Bollywood songs, dancing, ...
... would be happy. (Plus, everyone would just have ended up voting for their down class anyways.) The night was short when we came back from dinner. I cut Tiffany's hair around her ears, worked on studio, charged my camera, and made a packing list for the next day's trip. I went to bed with a gut feeling that I was not going to feel well waking up so early...
Twenty-Eighth Day in India - February 3, 2013
(Separate blog entry: "Palitana: 'The City of Temples' and Stairs")
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... br> Jagdish had planned a day for us to visit Kanewal Island (Burabhai No Tekro) 82 km from Ahmedabad, which turned out to be more like 110 km the way we went. We’d visit a group of 7 cowboy families who have lived there for 200 years. Then, we'd visit a "herder" family. It sounded wonderful but proved to be more arduous getting there than we could have imagined. We missed one bus that would have gotten us closer. So hopped on ...