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... into the the boys gang. Their words. Looking very cool, 2 middle aged greying Aussie guys get many photos taken with their new Indian homies. Back in the bus we head for lunch and then the Jain Temple. Before entering the temple we rid ourselves of all leather. no leather is allowed in the temple. On with our long pajama pants. no bare knees allowed. As we get frisked by the temple security one of the group is sent packing as his watch has a leather band. Returning a short ...
... a calendar, agenda book and booklet of pictures from Ontario. We tried to tell her that we were able to see what her home was like and so wanted to give them a gift of what Canada, our home, looks like throughout the seasons. She seemed pleased with the gift. At 4pm our driver arrived to take us on the 2 hour drive back to Jodhpur train station. He was a different driver than the one we had from Delhi to Jodhpur before but he was clean cut, jovial and smiled a lot. He seemed like ...
... own crops and use the berries, leaves, branches, roots, etc. for their daily living. Amazing. You talk about organic...this is the epitome of ABSOLUTE organic farming. Even their spices are grown on the land. Usually women and children go out and pluck weeds. No chemicals at all around here. They do have some irrigation systems running in some fields. They are sort of old school irrigation systems but they work. The Indian government drills deep wells, 200 m deep and ...
... s pappad came in a packet. There were crispy letters of the alphabet which Kuldeep said he used to teach his 6 year old son his ABCs. He very proudly told us he had been ‘recently blessed with a baby girl’ who’s 1 month and 10 days old.
It was fascinating how everyone seemed to know everyone, and funny too how Kuldeep treated all the shops as if they were his grandfather’s - he popped into one to borrow a pen (and expressed annoyance when ...
... er, I mean food.
With the long, tiring days behind us, the remainder of our time was relatively low-key, with long drives, and fewer sites to visit. Our first stop, Jodhpur, was the cleanest and sanest all the places visited. It's known as the Blue City because many of its buildings and homes have traditionally been painted that color. We had only two sites to visit there. Both were really impressive, though I have to admit that we have ...