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... to Jodhpur, the home of Jodhpur trousers! Jodhpur - regal discovery and unique antiques We took a public bus to Jodhpur which took about six hours, so as you can imagine we were all grateful to arrive and have a home cooked meal at our home stay, have showers and an early night. The dust was very bad on the journey and got everywhere, taking a buff is definitely a good idea for travelling in India, if not just for the exhaust fumes! What strikes you most in Jodhpur is the Mehrangarh ...
... am struggling to describe this place.
The colours here are mind blowing, nearly all women over 45 are in full saris, then the middle age are less formal with more in salwar and the youngsters are favouring western clothes. The smells come from every angle - cows to your left, chillies to your right and marigolds everywhere else.
The city has the most amazing fort, Mehrangarh Fort. No elephants here and I cheated and took the lift to the upper levels. The views ...
... Curry Masala and Gobi Manchurian - yum! They work for 9 months then go home for 3 months, the eldest is aged 25yrs, married with 2 children who live in Nepal. Adrian went into a barbers and had his beard shaved off, wet shave, he says he feels as though he has been shaved from the inside and has never had such a good shave! The barbar Jugal, used Old Spice shaving cream and ...
... how to make it with these ingredients. Needless to say we did buy some curry spice mixes before making our way into the bedlam that was the market.
The market was a series of roads and alleyways that you meandered down and where you could buy almost anything you wanted. The hardest thing is looking at all the shops without getting run over by motorbikes and tuk tuk's and also not getting drawn into a shop for something you ...
... a little shop for visitors to purchase handmade items should they feel interested. He hasn't had the notoriety yet of the durry maker's studio, but I hope that more exposure by G and other tour companies that he will soon as his work was beautiful.
Once again I was compelled to support his local talent and purchased a hand painted and sculpted Ganesh statue. I was proud to support him locally and not one of the soldiered booths along the ...