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Travel Blogs from Jodhpur
... Our waiter told us that this was the Muharram Muslim festival and that they had lots of people performing different acts through the night.
We ventured to the festival and to be disbelief the 1st thing I see is a young lad swinging around a staff that resembles my fire stick. So of course I walked up and asked if I could have a go. Next thing I know, I am in the middle of a circle as I am throwing the staff up in the air and showing them how it's done. ...
... flittering and darting in the morning sun. Although they looked very peaceful, they were not being flown purely for fun; this was war, kite wars. The aim of kite wars is to be the last kite in the sky by wrapping your string around someone else's so their string is cut and either drifts down to earth or becomes attached to yours. The peacefulness was only broken by the triumphant shout of a distant child who would shout something in Indian which meant he ...
... with Renate and Becy to the Boarding Home. This is a full Sambhali Project and the difference between this one and the government-run project is very clear. The girls at the boarding home are clean, polite and speak very good English. It was so refreshing to see how these girls, from villages out in the desert, were embracing living together and learning English. They are so sweet and I had a great time with them. We walked to a park nearby and as soon ...
... him to take me to the Janpath tourist office. So I went. When I got to the office, the cab driver doubled our agreed upon fare from 10 rupees to 20 rupees (looking back I should have refused to pay, but at the time I thought, whatever I won't argue with this rickshaw driver and I'll give him the extra 20 cents). The office he brought me to said Janpath on it, but it was located in a back alleyway so I was skeptical immediately. I went in and chatted for a bit. As I was chatting I ...
... house with many windows) have traditional Indian designs with beautiful colours and paintwork but a subtle English flower print tile for example is often incorporated.
Jodhpur sells everything you could ever want in it's bazaars. I went bangle shopping at the stalls in the century old clock tower square which was fun. It was hard to make up my mind as the choice was massive. The local explained that similar ...
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