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... hours (the bus was my preferred choice to Udaipur) but decided to grab the next train. Luckily it was at eleven. I bought a ticket for 110 rupees, got some water and biscuits and headed for platform 12. The train was already in. Most of it was pre-booked, general class, sleeper. The last coach was for unreserved. No one was in. I looked at the benches, watched the thumb sized cockroaches running over the woodwork and thought of a very large candle again. I took a look at ...
... could see a silhouette of a building looking like the Taj Mahal.
Next stop was Meharangarth Fort. The fort was carved into and built into the hillside and was an amazing site. From the fort you had some great views of the blue houses. Jodphur is known as the blue city as the houses - if painted blue or white help keep the buildings cooler during the extremely high temperatures in summer. We explored the fort for quite some time capturing ...
... other side of the town too a shopping mall, which definitely wouldn't of looked out of place back home, but looked extremely out of place here. While in the shopping mall we had a Mc Donald's for our tea joe had a spicy cottage cheese burger and I got chicken burger, but the chicken looked a little dodgy so I threw it away and made a chip butty. The security was really tight everywhere for this city is very close to Pakistan. ...
... I changed my flights again, sent the gallery a scathing email, and stayed a couple of days more.
I did sneak away one afternoon to go visit Sabarmati Ashram. This was Gandhi's home along the banks of the Sabarmati river. Not surprisingly, a very humble and peaceful place.
From the moment I had the idea to build the piece at 475 Pratima, I thought I wanted Kinnari to keep this piece. Now, the piece could stay here! The next couple of days we spent training Kinnari ...
... will be discussed later.
Rickshaw: Everyday, we take a rickshaw to school at CEPT University. The school is only a 5-7 minute rickshaw ride from the hostile, but with the amount of people and vehicles on the street, it is safer for us to stay out of the way and just get a ride there. (Walking to school takes about 30 minutes.) The ride costs about 10 rupees, which is equivalent to 20 US cents. Yes, it is that cheap. You can imagine how it would add up, but ...