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... decorated with coloured powder - Kuldeep explained that it was for a religious festival. We also asked him about the celebration we'd seen yesterday - and from our very detailed collective description, he was pretty sure it was a retirement ceremony we'd seen - I was relieved it wasn't a wedding.
It was getting dark by now and we sped up a bit, stopping at an intersection where there was a tree with a male and female idol at its base - the idols looked like a ...
... is quite pretty for an Indian city with more trees than you would normally expect lining some of the streets. Luckily, the locals mostly ignored us which made a nice change from being hassled, heckled and followed like in other places in India. It was nice to be able to wander around the market and not be pressured our hounded to keep buying things. Trying ...
... and English. So backpackers volunteer for a few weeks to help, its definitely something we would have loved to do if we had of had more time.
We took a stroll into town and around the markets. Every turn you take you hear ''you what pashmina, you what trouser, 99% discount'', one guy even asked ''you not give me chance to ripe you off'' with a big smile, u have to love the honesty! It makes ...
... to drop us off at a better hotel that he recommended, called Jagdamba. His recommendation was perfect, so we settled. While we ate lunch on the rooftop, we chatted with the hotel manager, who spent several years living and working for Nokia in Finland.
The next day, Jason went to the airport to pick up his close friend Becca, from Michigan, whom he met when they were studying abroad together in Freiburg. Aside from a quick drive across the Canadian border, Becca ...
... than to their sect. They adhere to 29 rules for living in harmony with nature and the environment, including strict vegetarianism, no killing of animals, no chopping down trees. They are famous for an incident in1730 where 363 Bishnois were killed as they protected trees from being chopped down by the maharaja's men. When the Maharaja heard of this, he ordered everything stopped, and atoned for the lives of the lost Bishnois.
in the ...