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For me this was one of the big attractions to India - Rajasthan. An incredible history of moguls, maharajas, empires and warriors. It's the dry season, pre-monsoon so 10% humidity and 40 plus centigrade. It's going to be very interesting in climate tolerance.
My first rajasthan City is Udaipur. It was described by Colonel James Tod in 1829 as one of the most romantic places on earth ... and I'm travelling alone. It's also the place where they made James Bond's ...
... I was pleasantly surprised to see the growing popularity of long dist running among Amdavadis.
Running with Amit popularly known as Dada was a breeze, his strategy was simple, i.e. to keep a steady pace of little less than 6min/km and thereby making it just within 2hrs. The first few km was all crowded with stragglers of 10k and the walkers of 21k. There were around 400 police trainees who were all attired in event t shirts and track pants and ...
... be seen in a lot of the buildings. Especially these palaces. One of them, the Prag Mahal (Mahal means palace), is the first Indian building in the typical neocolonial style which can now be seen everywhere in the Southern part of Mumbai. The second day we went to the sea. Finally. I love just staring at a vast ocean. In Mandvi we first went to the Vijay Vilas Palace, also one of the palaces of Bhuj's royal family, which had great views from the top. After that we went ...
January. So, I flipped my trip around to do Calcutta-Delhi-Ahmedabad, instead.
A few logs back I mentioned that I met the Latvian curator at the gallery in Jaipur. A couple of days after that she emailed me an invitation to go back to Jaipur, make a sculpture, and exhibit it at the first ever Jaipur International Art Show, put together to coincide with the grand opening of the World Trade Park. They would cover all expenses. Of course I agreed. When I arrived ...
... to my mom, dad, all of my grandparents and one sister (sorry Ang, you were on vacation, but happy graduation!).
Like I said, this place is becoming home. I’ll always miss those back in the states, but the feeling of normalcy here is quite comforting, something I’m glad to say, since I recently committed to either living here - or possibly in Indonesia - for another 18-24 months. Apparently the adventure is just beginning.