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... we had walked past them, then went back to ask if we could take their photos - again that ‘anything goes’ hand gesture - and a question (“where are you from?”), and smiles of approval when they saw themselves; there was an elderly lady who clapped me on my shoulders in a very grandmotherly fashion - I think she liked how she looked in the photo! This is what I’ll remember best from Jodhpur - this and the cows that go home.
... lovely , but that is probably the last thing I would want to buy whilst backpacking ! Even though I had already questioned buying a rug, Haha :) We arrived quite late on in Jodhpur so decided to hit the pillow and sleep. The next day we managed to arrange a tour of jodhpur at not a bad price , in India I have learnt that they like you to barter, its part of the Indians providing a good service and price ! ...
... 8211; the Mehrangarh Fort. This dominates the skyline and overlooks the old City where all the houses have been painted in natural indigo that gives them a light blue colour. Rajasthan is famous for its many Forts and some are much larger than others (namely the Amber Fort) and this one was no exception. It was a huge maze of rooms and corridors that lead into beautifully decorated bedrooms to large dining rooms with copious amounts ...
... cheeks of their family and friends -- it was spectacular. The city streets shimmered with fuchsia, magenta, yellow, lime green, purple, red, pink, and blue. "Happy Holi!" was a regular exchange; if you said the same in reply, the kids knew they had the green light to soak you in their favorite Holi hue. At the end of the night, all of us ate a delicious chicken dinner, cooked by the guest house manager's wife.
Tomorrow morning, Becca, Jason, and I will head to Jaisalmer.
... 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 ...