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... picked up proved to be less than robust. This is the same hole that caused my toe to be bound up and only helped to speed up it's colour change to blue and purple (I think, I never was too sure on colours).
The following day I thought it would be a good idea to finally go to the post office and send some of the huge quantity of extraneous items I'd brought with me home so that I could actually fit my rucksack into the luggage areas on busses and trains. I got to the ...
... what you call a big sister. I hadn't noticed but obviously I thought it was really sweet. A couple hours later, while nestled on my sleeper car bed on my way to Kolkata, I got a message from Rakesh saying: "The first thing the kids asked when they got home was: Where was Didi??" I couldn't help but tear up a little. I was definitely going to miss those little munchkins.
Thoughts and feelings after the interesting Agra and the lovely Jaipur:
1. Indian people love ...
... to buy some. Today was beautiful, especially the observatory! It had lots of old structures built to analyses the position of the sun and star to get horoscopes which are a big part of the Hindu religion. There was the largest sun dial in the world their which is accurate to 2 seconds! We also went to Amber fort which has amazing ...
... is a giant water well in Jaipur. Chand Baori is one of the oldest and most attractive landmarks in Rajasthan.It was built by King Chanda of the Nikumbha Dynasty between 800 and 900 AD and was dedicated to Hashat Mata, Goddess of Joy and Happiness upon completion. The state of Rajasthan is extremely arid, and the design and final structure of Chand Baori was intended to conserve as much water as possible. At the bottom of the well, the air remains ...
... buying the veges for the next couple of days festivities. The purchases included 50kg of cauliflower and 400kg of oranges (to be made into orange juice) as well as potatoes, garlic etc.
From the market we headed to Gagan’s family home, in the countryside surrounding Hoshiarpur, where we were introduced to his parents, given something to snack on, and sat out of the way. Soon we were taken to an Uncle’s house around the corner where we had ...