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After surviving our first Indian train experience, we arrived in Jodhpur. We were staying in a really cute, heritage guesthouse with a rooftop restaurant overlooking the fort and the old town. We spent the majority of our first day in Mehrangarh Fort getting immersed in the audio guide; like the two cultural weirdos we've turned into. Our visit lasted a hefty three hours, partly due to the hundreds of requests for our ...
... even more took their place. Beautiful ladies wearing beautiful saris in glorious Rajasthani colours; men, some in bright turbans, and one with a baby goat in a plastic carrier bag. The goat was fascinated by the bus and all the people. (That's not only in India; we've been to Laos!) By the time we reached Jodhpur, the three of us were sweaty, thirsty, and very short tempered. And as there were no English speakers on the bus, it was impossible to ...
... out to be a good choice as the food was amazing. I'll try not to go on about the food in India but it is half the reason why I holiday in India! We shared Lal Maans (a delicious mutton curry) and Gutta Masala (a traditional Rajasthani curry with chickpea flour) which was also so delicious and probably one of my new favourite curries. The tandoori rotis and the old monk rum wasn't bad too. We chilled for bit after dinner and then hit the sack absolutely ...
... of carpet making, asking did Miriam work for ABN Amro, the confusion on our faces was funny, we had no clue how a man living in a dessert could know about this dutch bank...we soon found out, he showed us pieces and said " we accept credit card" we moved on... We spent about 5km looking for wildlife and spotted beautiful antelope, water buffalo and dancing peacocks. Next was the factory where the women work. It was huge and families also live her, the store room ...
... out the handful of informational panels in lieu of any other type of guide. The most fascinating part was the turban museum, which was not a part of the audio tour and therefore was laden with signs detailing the history, creation, and usage of turbans. It was a beautiful fort and I certainly enjoyed myself, but I am starting to feel the pangs of homesickness. Hari is a very nice driver, but he's still just a driver, and I'm just ...