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... Luckily, Jack the manager of Ajanta was super helpful and he managed to summon up the Indian train website on his mobile and quickly ascertain that my requested seat, which I purchased in Jodhpur, was still on a waiting list. With just eight hours to go he looked suitably concerned when I asked whether this waitlisting could have a success story. Consequently I asked him if he had any suggestions for me and it was then that we found out that all tickets ...
... and then to the looms where ladies were pounding away fabric spun from wool. Then more walking to the village grocer who was out on the street of course and then past local kids that wanted "one photo" all so excited to have their pictures taken one girl was so serious standing straight and only wanting only to be in the shot all by herself. Then to the bangle shop where we watched a man and his wife put together ...
... out the rest on getting closer.
0930 was the rendezvous time. Slight delay when Richard managed to spill most of his water bottle inside his backpack but all sorted.
Pam joined us for the revamped morning plans. A Sikh fellow suggested his son take us there plus a stop at some shops for 200R each. Seemed fine so we piled into the back of a tuktuk.
Tuktuks do not move all that fast so there is lots of time to sight see. We saw ...
... to an obese and unbelievably fidgety indian man who reeked of all the stereotypical indian smells. The other man next to him actually asked to move and ended up in first class the nob. A wise move that I didn't think of! He sauntered back all smug after we had landed, rubbing his eyes and yawning just to show what a good nights sleep he had got. I on the other hand did not sleep a wink but instead got elbowed countless times by BO mans stupid ...
... at home.
After lunch some of us went outside in the square containing many stores. There, children of the street people immediately came up to us with hands outstretched constantly begging. We attempted to ignore them as we had been instructed, but it was very difficult. The children were filthy, yet very cute, and they were clearly well rehearsed as how to go about their business. As we thought about them later in the day we wondered ...