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Travel Blogs from Jodhpur
... forested. In the deep ravines and narrow winding roads black-faced monkeys gambolled. They sat atop roadside barriers or swung from nearby trees. As the terrain became more rugged fourwheel drives began to predominate. At one point a large off-road vehicle carrying soldiers from the Indian army was forced to reverse when faced with a large passenger bus coming the other way. Positioned behind the army vehicle, our ...
... for a while
I don’t know how much I talked about the caste system, and for whatever reason
I assumed everyone knew about it. If you
didn’t know about it, caste systems are very interesting and extremely contrary
to Western belief and the American dream of doing whatever you want to do in
Basically you are stuck with whatever caste you are born
into. For example, if you are ...
... would've cooked for us had we stayed longer), egg curry, various rotis, dhal...and one gulab jamun that was shared 4-ways...not as good as Amma's. The haveli had a rooftop with colourful old tiles - and A View - of the Blue City. Lunch, rooftop view, and toilet stop done (by the way, all the toilets so far have been Clean - is it Rajasthan or are things changing in India??) it was time to meet our guide for the city walk - Kuldeep Singh, who was a charming young man with a ...
... the car, got out, started high-fiving them as they marched. I don't know what possessed me to do it, but the reaction was fantastic. I got smiles from the soldiers and handshakes from their officers. Our guide and driver were flummoxed and apoplectic. Bonnie waved enthusiastically from the car, and smiles and waves were returned. Would I ever do this back home? You know the answer to that.
After, Jodhpur, our trip took us to the site of a ...
... came which saved all the hassle of fighting through loads of people trying to collect your tickets, the total journey cost 877 rupees (with the discount for Lesley being a pensioner) so as the train rolled in with bars on the window and grim looking faces peering through we were starting to realise that you get what you pay for and CC might mean cattle class. Your tickets tell you which carriage you are in with seat numbers and they do have neon signs along the platform telling ...