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... a special woman's only carriage at the front of the trains, which avoids groping hands and pick pockets. The pop of colour from all of the saris down the carriage was beautiful. Would be great to have that in London when travelling on a rainy winter day! Before meeting my group on my second day in Delhi I had a look around Dilli Haat, an Indian craft market with lovely items from across the country. I succumbed and bought a gorgeous kurta and patterned shawl from 'The Tribes of ...
... built, thus incurring the curse of the hermit. To deflect the effect of the curse and ensure the site is propitious, the Maharaja had a man buried alive in the foundations of the fort. The man was Rajiya Bambi (Meghwal) and he was promised that in return his family would forever more be looked after by the Rathore kings. It was a promise that has been honored and Rajiya's descendants continue ...
... decided to lie about my job. I had been telling people that "I help people find jobs" but then a few of them asked me to find their sons jobs in India and I figured that unless I wanted to shatter a few dreams I should probably figure out a new answer to the question. From that day forward I've been a teacher back in the states.
Also in Jodhpur we arranged a jeep village tour which only cost about $10 US dollars each so ...
... into trading And became wealthy diamond and gem merchants.
After our temple visit, we popped back into our bus for our last segment with our driver Deepok and his assistant Shalim. They got us into Udaipur, dropping us at our fabulous hotel (Laxmi Vilas Palace) and getting back on the road to Delhi. Just FYI if you do something like this, hiring a coach is so convenient and very reasonable. It cost each of us about 190 dollar to have them ...
... experience of our trip :)! Hanging on for dear life, we lurched our way uphill, until with a loud bang, the transmission broke! The driver kept us captive, removed a wheel and then a driveshaft. Soon we were on our way again, but when the road got really steep he declared us there and sent us walking the rest of the way. Our guesthouse was the last building on the road, ...