Hotel Mandakini Nirmal
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... something like this, “Is there anything you could do to keep him
at that wheel. We don`t have a television so as soon as he stops, he is at it
like a demented rabbit”. We could, of course, have misunderstood the situation
but it was at least highly possible.
After half an hour or so we had to move on. We could not let
his skills go unrewarded and we gave him a generous “consideration” and moved
back towards our car. ...
... at our hotel which also had the number one restaurant in the city. Jodphur was a great place with a crazy market surrounding the clock tower in the centre of town and it's amazing massive fort towering above you. We cruised around the market, had an amazing dinner and were up early to visit the Fort before heading out. There were beautiful views from the Fort and the entry fee included headphones and a commentary. It was actually super interesting but we were in such a hurry I no ...
... a spiceless--and light--repast might be in order. Still jumped in the pool and updated the diary. We leave at 1630 for a 3H or so walk through the old town.
Bit of a dicey proposition to head out feeling under the weather. Big Mama is yapping about whether we'd be waiting for her and if she'd be able to find stores after having seen them; enough already.
Not too far into the walk and saw a chicken get its throat slashed. An appalling level of stench ...
... we bargained for. The stall owner proceeded to paint Bridget's nails and fingers thick and fast with every colour he could get his hands on. Next he decided to paint Bridget's forehead with a red stripe which oblivious to us symbolised that she was now married. I did wonder why we seemed to get more attention from people on the rest of our way around. With no real plan we headed off on a little mission around the other parts of the bazzar. We came ...
... of 1.27 billion took constant effort. It's no wonder Indians are pushy people. Cutting in front of you (whether it's on the roads or in waiting lines), vendors aggresssivly harassing you and beggars boldly knocking on your car window are their ways of life. It's survival of the fittest. Did Darwin secretly visit India?
A positive surprise finding about India is how kind and generous Indians are on an individual ...