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... funerals, visitors, births, arguments, etc. Interestingly, they drink the mix, never smoke it. Visitors are permitted to sample the goods. When in Rome... We fell prey to the saavy tour operators who took us immediately to visit the weaving Bishnoi. We are anxiously awaiting the arrival of our custom rug in about 6 months!
We took a leisurely late lunch to recover from the shopping tour and then on to the fort. It was ...
... plus their antique embroidery bedspreads, especially a white gold one, next time I thought.
We then raced into Jodhpur so I could get a train ticket and post some documents to the UK Tax office. I took this opportunity to walk around the old “blue” town. Last time I was in the area I had missed this as I spent too long at the fort (an amazing experience in itself). Unfortunately the old ‘blue’ town for me was just ...
tiny entrance and then found ourselves in a small courtyard. The floor was
alive with rats. They were everywhere, scurrying about and in great numbers
making for a bloke wearing a turban who was feeding the wretched things. I will
leave it to your imagination as to how quickly we retreated. It is possible to
walk around 40 feet without touching the ground.
Our journey continued through semi-arid countryside and
teeming villages. It was warm and sunny ...
... I went to Madagascar in my twenties and I have very rarely done this since so this was a night of little sleep for me! The stars and the Milky Way in all their glittering, twinkling brilliance were very addictive to look at. The desert was so peaceful with no light or noise pollution, a stark contrast from all the honking horns and bustle of the fort. I saw nine shooting stars during the evening and ran out of wishes to make! I really need to find a way of sleeping outside more, ...
... was the Jaswant Thada, a mausoleum built in 1899 in memory of the former Maharaja of Jodhpur, Jaswant Singh. It is a beautiful marble building located by a small lake. The Jaswant Thada also serves as a traditional cremation ground of the Jodhpur rulers. There are exquisitely carved gazebos and a multi-tiered garden. In death as in life, the Maharajas of India surrounded themselves in ...