Karni Fort Bambora
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... resin which some unscrupulous dealers try to pass off as camel bone. "But camel bone doesn't exist!" he said. "There is no such thing. And I will tell you why..." Imagine, he told us, all of these paintings on all of this bone. There simply aren't enough dead camels in India to support it. Sage asked him if genuine camel bone had ever been used. "No!" he beamed at us. "There is no such ...
... Mia all wearing Sari's for the night as fireworks exploded in the sky all night long.
All in all, everyone in the group had an amazing Diwali experience.
We began each morning in Jaipur with Yoga Class taught by the daughter of "Yoga Mother," who had taught some of the most prominent Hollywood stars. No pressure, indeed! Nonetheless, we persevered, and somehow stayed upright. Meanwhile, our teacher informed us how different ...
... pay for his meal. Gino had also managed to arrange a cake and some candles so we all sang happy birthday and then got auto-rickshaw's back to hotel. We stopped for a beer on the roof but it stank of sewerage so we didn't hang around for long and decided to go to bed. Day 41, Udaipur We had another free day today so we went out for breakie, but on route had chai and Somosa as they were fresh and smelled too good. We spent the rest of the ...
... to cross the terrace to get to the rooftop restaurant and when we reached the Mewar Terrace with petals and candles laid out we stopped and I told Lesley that this was where we were eating, normally I don't have to spend money to reduce people to tears but she was happy. We had a really enjoyable evening and reflected on how the past six weeks had been good spending the time together in many different situations. So there ends a perfect day. And yes we got ...
... just didn't want any of them with me. Nothing personal like.
The boat trip was really lovely, windy and cooling and it was lovely passing some beautiful old buildings, it was mainly locals on board and a couple of friendly Ozzies. Back to the ghat, crawled up the hill for a massage and then down to a place called Bagore ki Haveli. It's a museum and art centre and they put on a show every evening.
I'm still speechless, so that gives you some kind of idea. Yes it's ...