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... and they don't care so it's a bit awkward being on that end. In Berkeley it's not this way; there are so many people who've come from different parts of the world that it's actually really hard to spot a tourist just by looking at them (I mean unless you walk across the Golden Gate Bridge or something like that, but I'm talking about everywhere--restaurants, trains, buses, just walking down the street). Being a tourist in India often feels like ...
... our 60kg limit. Jetlag set in on the flight and all our heads were lolling. We were told at least 3 times that Jodhpur airport is also a defence base and no photography was allowed on the tarmac or in the terminal - despite this, some clowns still took photos on the tarmac...though this was no Paro Airport. As we landed I looked out for ‘blueness’, Jodhpur being the Blue City….but all I saw was one blue fence and two blue roofs.
We were met by Narender, ...
... drinks we decided to go to one of the towns most popular lassie shops. We couldn't leave Rajistan without tasting their unique lassi. The usual lassi base is mixed with cardamom, rose water and saffron, topped with dried fruits and pistachio nuts. The combination of such perfume-like flavours was very decadent, almost like a Turkish delight smoothie. Clare went for the 'royal' version with added extras of fresh pomegranate, mango and ice cream. On the ...
... What W-H-A-T do you like about A-B-O-U-T it?
Me : The people P-E-O-P-L-E.
He : What is it you Y-O-U like about the people?
Me : The people are very beautiful B-E-A-U-T-I-F-U-L.
He : I don't think T-H-I-N-K Indian people are A-R-E beautiful.
Me : I mean their souls S-O-U-L-S.
He : Aaah, their souls S-O-U-L-S. [Changing tack, and pointing at my bottle of water]. Is that your water W-A-T-E-R?
Me : Yes, I paid for it with ...
... good and in places a great deal of road making was taking place, but as we got into Jodhpur the roads became atrocious, some of the worst we had experienced. Jodhpur itself was much larger than Jaisalmer and had a scruffier feel. As we drove into the typical Indian city traffic, we began to catch glimpses of the two main attractions, the huge Mehrangarh Fort perched high up on a rocky outcrop and across the valley the Umaid Bhawan Palace which ...