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Thank you Tallulah for letting me share your blog. I went and explored the Meherrangarh fort and palace while Andrew and Tallulah went to feed the squirrels. The views from the fort were spectacular. I could see the whole of Jodhpur below. Part of the fort had been converted intoa museum and apparently contained the best collection of elephant howdahs in Rajasthan. They were beautiful and some featured exquisite silverwork. ...
... with the obligatory shopping tours. The most interesting people were the Bishnoi tribe. They have a deep respect for trees and as recently as 1730, hundreds martyred themselves to save the trees from being logged. They are peaceful craftsmen and only really live in this area and outside of Jasailmer. One of the stops takes you to a family hut where they perform a traditional opium ceremony. The ceremony can be invoked seemingly at ...
... without offering any eye contact. He drank form her water bottle, took her headphones off her head and started listening to her music, took her book, picked up our IPad. She dealt beautifully with it all, a gentle shrug of her shoulders and a lovely smile. I would have punched him on the nose. The wonderful part of train travel in India is the chai wallahs who constantly walk up and down the carriages singing out " chai- eeee, chai- eeeee". ...
... every now and then. Must be working - grandma and grandpa are ninety plus and their brood of children and grandchildren radiated health and happiness!"
We watched Grandpa prepare an Opium drink but being law-abiding NSW public servants, we did not partake...We then had a traditional dinner at a nearby village and some of those unidentifiable foods that we ate the other night reappeared, but with an explanation this time.
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... to an Indian that we are backpacking for 1 year with only one bag and have no room for a Persian rug falls on deaf ears most of the time!
The clock tower marks the centre of Jodhpur and (apparently) shares the same clock mechanism as Big Ben in London, but no bells. We climbed the clock tower one evening for some good views of the city as the sun ...