Hotel Megh Niwas
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... color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12.8px; line-height: normal;">Our home stays were very different than the previous ones. The families spoke almost no English, so our interactions were limited to hand movements and smiles. One of the few English words they knew was "dance". They never missed an opportunity to have us make fools of ourselves on the dance floor while they laughed and cheered us on.
When we weren't dancing, ...
... recent change to school funding in the hopes that it would convince more parents to send their daughters to school. There is a strong government focus on girl's education - after all an educated girl will become an educated mother who will raise educated girls. Schooling in India is thus free, but not compulsory. Apparently in rural areas there is about an 85% attendance rate, while in urban areas it is closer to 98% (those are Jai's rough estimates - not necessarily ...
... sea of sand and spending a few days there. The following day i had breakfast before making my way back to Jodhpur.
I didn't do much in the last few days after returning from my visit to the Thar desert. I just walked around and watched the world go by, enjoying the hussle and bussle and made the most of my time in this beautiful old city. Jodhpur is my favourite place i've seen in India thus far. It's probably the most incredible city i've visited in the world too. I ...
... the language barrier we managed to keep up a pretty good conversation, especially thanks to Bree’s twenty questions. It certainly was the most unique birthday dinner I’ve ever had and while we certainly missed celebrating with friends and family, my 29th birthday in Johdpur, India will be one I will never forget.
The next morning it was time to again hit the road, this time heading for Mahavir’s favorite city of Udaipur! Until Next Time…David & ...
... walked for a while trying to get to main road for tuk tuks. Eventually Bishol got a hold of some and we were off again to dinner. At one point the tuk tuk I was in rear ended a motocylce and we got taped a bit in the back as well. Nobody even flinched or got out to see if there was any damage. At least I can say I got in a fender bender in India. After another delicious meal I got packed up and ready to leave as we are meeting for the bus at 5:30 ...