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... She showed us her version of a paneer dish , took us around her house and explained her family traditions and festivals to us. They have never seen the need to holiday outside of India. We also met both babcia's - one whose husband was a hunter in the days of the raj. The meal was delicious - a variety of vegetarian dishes (all vegetables are bought daily from a seller who comes to the house) rice and roti. A more leisurely start tomorrow - 8am if we are to make the elephant ...
... haggling slackened somewhat as my degree of tiredness increased. Regardless, I've got a new pair of pant. The plan is to go around and do some sight seeing tomorrow of the farther away places, including the water palace and the amber fort and the monkey temple and I truly need to shop for some gift stuff last minutely before heading home. With that in mind, I am actually heading to bed though it is only about 7:30pm. Good night every one, I love you all and will see you all very very soon ...
Never back home would I have seen people travelling on top of buses, of camels on freeways and of cows sleeping right in the middle of the roads! Never…..but what a thrill to see all of these unimaginable things happening right here in India!
It was almost 5:00pm ...
Having been revitalised by the stay in Pushkar, we were
raring to go on the following morning. We had a civilised 9.00 a.m. start and
made our way, in brilliant sunshine, through Ajmer to find the Jaipur road.We had not travelled more than a mile when we came across
yet another lake temple. This was not quite as striking as Udaipur but it was
pretty impressive all the same. I took a couple of photos of it and came across
some more charming birds wading on the lakes edge. ...
... And the cost for these items which we didn’t really need and only ordered to get the guy to STFU and allow us to escape to Monkey Temple was a mere £130……...Well, that certainly wasn’t in the Cane travel budget. But heh, these clothes would be hand made and we would of course be supporting a worthy local initiative, right? What prize SUCKERS we had been! But then you wouldn't be able to get ...