Travel Blogs from Jaipur
... Ania was stroking one of them and couldn't believe how hairy
its skin was, something you can't normally see. There we also saw the
mankiest dog in India with half of its upper body missing! It must have
been bitten off or something, so it was a massive bloody/greenish open
wound with a swarn of flies covering it! We instantly felt sick and
thought we were going to puke.. But seriously we felt really sorry for
this poor animal and it seemed like no ...
... I soon realised that it was masala Pepsi, yes that's right masala spiced cola. Only in India!
We had booked train tickets to leave Jaipur the next day and we would be heading toward the lake city of Udaipur, somewhere we'd both been really excited to ...
... didn't get to say goodbye to them, because they would of understood it more, where as the babies haven't got a clue.
It was a nice calm day and we spent the day playing, however it was spoilt by teh fact that when we went in and we were bathing and dressing them, i noticed that Rague had been sick.
Rague is a little boy who has a disability and cannot stand so he drags himself around on his hands and ...
... often men) have a super skinny finger because of the amount of times they put their finger through the yarns to grasp the correct one for the knot of color. The design sits in a plastic sleeve nearby. It looks like a sizable cross stich pattern – they can see just one part at a time to make following it easier. The carpet on the loom looks quite fuzzy – the pattern is difficult to see at this point.
Once the knots of wool and/or ...
... place, I'd go again tomorrow if we weren't keeping up the punishing pace and moving on. After a full days sight seeing we were due to go out and watch "Da Bang 2" the latest Bollywood blockbuster. I love the idea of watching a Bollywood movie in India but the 3hr running time, no subtitles and 1100 other boisterous cinema goers unfortunately got the better of us. We decided instead that a night in with a bit of western food, a bit of wifi and TV then an early night ...