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We are getting hotter and hotter! We are now constantly in 40 plus degrees and it's an incredibly harsh, dry desert heat. We are only 320 kms from the 2nd largest desert in the world ( Thar desert)
It has taken 8 hours to arrive here from Jaipur. It has a lot of military bases and Border Security Force training and Police Operations as it …
Woke this morning to the sounds of train whistles, horns tooting and calls to prayer. This is not meant to be our noisy hotel so not sure what to expect in Varanasi now! Apart from the early morning wake up calls though the hotel is very nice.
Our guide today was Raj Rathore, made me think of you, Rachna. Maybe he's a relative. He took us …
Today we were travelling from Jaipur to Jodhpur and although it's only a distance of 340 kms, in India, traveling takes longer (you have to slow down a little for those cows!), so Deepak was anxious to make an early start. We agreed to be ready to leave by 8, so having been waved off by Ann, who was heading to the airport to begin her journey back …
... the ubiquitous picture of the Queen and Prince Philip in Reception. We made a good start when, on hearing there was no beer to be had, we agreed to a price that included the waiter getting on his motorbike and driving 3km to buy a crate and bring it back. After our lazy afternoon, we took a walk through the town, and had dinner on a rooftop overlooking the fort - tomorrow will see us tackle the climb up (although we have hearf there's a ...
... face of all kids - not all kids in India, but all kids the world over - who we fail to reach. Her story is an indictment of systems full of adults who put limits on what kids can achieve - and it is a common enough story at home, too - in my everyday world. How many times do adults and teachers at home say similar things? "we don't have the resources or supports for her; he can't do this work; she will never be..." Sitting facing the window, watching the countryside go by as ...