Hotel City Palace
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Very beautiful Museum that gives a glimpse of how the life of the Indian emperors could have been
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Even though we are in India, we didn't forget about Halloween. Tim and Alex surprised us with 3 pumpkins, which we carved and displayed to the students. We presented them at a bonfire, where we shared more American traditions with the school. We passed out candy ...
... he had used bottled water in the filter: the fact that you must sip it from your bare hands didn't appeal to us as germaphobes, and I honestly just didn't think that drinking opium sounded like something i wanted to do. Not on holiday. Actually, not ever. For me, the highlight of our time in Chandelao was a visit to the local government school. This seems like a good time to talk a bit about education in India. I have never in my life seen a country where the ...
... in the world. Only 25% is covered in sand. Also, the clishe' image most people have of shifting dunes in a sea of sand are never just around the corner either. You usually have to embark on several days travel to see those kind of landscapes. At camp i had lunch before meeting and befriending the camel that i'd be riding. I've only seen them in zoos before but when you examine them up close, they're odd looking creatures (for starters, they have 5 legs), though perfectly evolved ...
... gates to the old city, the market was absolutely buzzing with activity as the sun went down. As a relatively small town of 1.2 million (seriously not that big for India), the market is disproportionately busy seeing as many as 40,000 people coming and going each and every day. There were all of the usual suspects as far as fruit and veggie stands, various clothing items being sold but by far the most popular was all of the street food. Unfortunately since hygiene ...
... built by the Jain sect hundreds of years ago. It is huge, intricately carved marble, and mind-boggling in its design. Interestingly, the Jains don't believe in a divine being, but rather living a pure life as a way of attaining inner peace and nirvana. I don't know about you, but a pure life seems a bit boring to me. Sin seems a lot more fun.
Our final destination, Udaipur, was scenic, with lakes all around. Hey, guess what? Yet another ...