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... of course but later
on, other bus travelers simply laid down newspaper and sat with their entire
family: husband, wife, and their two small children….I unfortunately
experienced the sensation of window spit, you know the kind where the person in
front of you spits out the window only to have it fly back in and hit you…I had
to gently tap the lady and let her know that this did not make me happy. But
Udaipur on the other ...
... to do what I want, when I want, how I want and for how long I want. I haven't been lonely once, which has surprised me a bit, being so far away and all. That said, I am never lonely at home and rarely bored. I really fancy a night in my home with the kids hibernating in their rooms, my mother having a fag on the threshold, my sister ringing for a chin wag etc but not lonely. Of course I love the aforementioned people dearly (apart from the narcissistic hypochondriac ex of ...
... behind them. Injured or sick elephants also are welcome here; any animal who needs aid will be welcomed; even if they are in the process of dying, someone from Animal Aid Unlimited will come and rescue them from the street, working to make their last hours on earth less painful, less traumatic, and less alone. To date AA has treated over 40,000 injured or ill animals; typically they receive 20 calls per day! Volunteers ...
... who locked us in when she nipped out to get something. The pumpkin and banana curries were absolutely delicious, though, so we can really recommend Queen Cafe if anyone comes here.
In the evening, we watched some traditional folk dancing, including a woman who danced with 11 pots balanced on her head. Tomorrow, we're going walking in the mountains, followed by a cookery class and finally onwards to Mumbai on another overnight train.
... could've just taken her home! At the village we went to visit the art school where Ali goes himself after the rickshaw shifts. Really nice artwork was done here. The teacher showed us how he makes the colours and how he uses his paintbrush to make such small details in his paintings. Every time we go to a different art school or shop we see something new and even more beautiful, the work they deliver is amazing! The tour was now over as we had to get back to the ...