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... Garba, the most popular folk dance of Gujarat, at venues across the city. The festival of lights, Deepavali, is celebrated with the lighting of lamps in every house, decorating the floors with rangoli, and the lighting of firecrackers. The annual Rath Yatra procession on the Ashadh-sud-bij date of the Hindu calendar at the Jagannath Temple and the procession of Tajia during the Muslim holy month of Muharram are important events.
Before leaving Jodhpur, we had to try the famous Omelette Shop on the main square. Something of a local celebrity, the owner of the stall cooks omelettes (and only omelettes) all day every day. The specialty was the delicious butter masala cheese omelette, with bread for around 40 rupees and eaten on stalls with the flies, the cows and the rickshaws dodging around you.
Before leaving, Matt was left with a little present in the form of a loose bowelled ...
... felt really good. I really needed that break from travelling. Before I went on this trip I never really understood the difference between travelling and a holiday, but now I do. It had been hard, especially physically, with the trekking in Nepal, so my body needed rest. I arrived in Ahmedabad a couple of days before Rohan, my brother, his birthday, so perfect timing! I subscribed to the gym and a yoga class, so there is always something to do. The yoga class is much better ...
... for Delhi
Staying in Delhi
March 7, 2013
Depart by air before noon for Varanasi
Visiting Gnats, Jantar Mantar, by bus
Staying in Varanasi
March 8, 2013
Visiting Vishnawath Temple, Dhamek Stupa
Staying in Varanasi
March 9, 2013
Depart on morning flight for Delhi
Leave Delhi on overnight train to Ahmedabad
March 10, 2013
Arrive in morning at Ahmedabad
... a Herder Family
Jagdish still wanted us to swing by the herder families he knew. I was tired and dreading the long trip back to Ahmedabad. Travel takes time here. It’s not that you can do 120 km/80ml in an hour. Here it’s more like 3 or 4 hrs.
The herder family visit was by far the highlight of the day. We were warmly greeted by two turbaned men, obviously the patriarchs of the extended family. Cows ...