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Travel Blogs from Jodhpur
... cheap tacky bells, fridge magnets, pens, elephants, key rings and some other tat ! Love it.
My good friend Carolyn had asked me to get her a water jug and some cups and I saw one that had a nice design but was marked severely, they didn't have a non display one and I made to leave when the shop assistant set about polishing this jug. He used paste, water, paste, water, more paste, more paste, more water, the poor bugger polished it to within an inch ...
... I was practically dragged by about 5 guys to the proper performing area where hundreds of people were watching. This was short lived as an older man put his hand in front of me and asked me something in Hindi which I didn't understand. I got the impression it was a religious festival so slowly left the area I was being pushed into not wanting to offend anyone. We watched some of the festival from the crowd and there was stick fighting, music and dance performances.
... that it was to remain closed while we slept.
After all that, we told him we would really like to rest now to which he
said that we have to wake up around 9 o'clock and that he will come
and knock on our door at 9am ( which was in 2.5hours time).
As his mother cooks breakfast at this time.
It was all a little bit much.
By 8.50am he was already knocking on our door.
Ania opened it and said we would be downstairs at 9.30 which he didn't ...
... It had rained a lot during the night and was still raining at that point; the roads flooded and the water reaching mid-way up the wheels. It was quite the experience. Since it was raining, I had to wait for half an hour in the office to be able to go out again. Finally it seemed to clear a little and I was off with the man in charge of the Veerni Hostel. We reached the private schools, which the Veerni Institute girls attend and I met ...
... to land at approximately 3:15 am, I had decided to book a hotel for that was close to the airport where I could just go and get some rest before facing my first day in India. All I needed to do was get in a taxi and travel the supposed 2 km to my hotel. Sounds easy right? Well, I've learned that nothing is ever as easy as it should be in India. So I walk out of the airport and this friendly Indian gentleman offers me a cab to my hotel for a rather high price, but at now closer to 4 in ...