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Travel Blogs from Gandhidham
... the name. The fort has not endured but the 7 km long wall around it has. One can climb up stairs which are present at regular intervals to reach top of the wall and view the vast desert land. When we climbed up, we were welcomed by a series of questions thrown at us by a BSF person. He was guarding the place along with one colleague and was quite serious about his job of vigilance, probably because the India-Pakistan border was at mere 30-40 km distance from the wall. More than ...
The narrow road snaked through the desert past small villages and many different tribal groups. The women in mostly red with mirror-work embroidered bodices are the Jat people.
We stopped at a home where they make lacquer ware. In order for us to appreciate the intricate technique and work involved, the workers were anxious to demonstrate how they first make wooden rolling pins, ...
we met an Indian family at Agra station about 2 weeks before and we decided to like them and trust them and take up their kind invitation to go stay with them.
they met up from the bus and then it was like we had a new family! they called us their daughters within hours of meeting them. and in a lot of ways they were just like our parents; kind and caring and over-feeding and refusing to let us pay for anything! seriously, they even insisted on paying for ...
... under the mosquito net and swat at the mosquito’s desperately trying to feast off me after a night of frustration. It’s like an oven in my room as the sunlight radiates in putting the room on a gas mark 8. I throw myself into the shower and the cold water runs down my back sending shivers and goose bumps all over that is like an oasis in this incessant heat. Feeling awake and wanting to exit the oven quick I get myself together and head out to witness and partake ...
... ourselves up for a shift. The Textile Museum was fabulous and housed a magnificant array of ancient embroidery, as did two treasure troves in the heart of a residential area where we bought some great Christmas presents. We made a visit to Gandhi's Ashram before catching a sleeper bus to Bhuj. Bunks on coaches rock. In Bhuj we met the big, burly, betel-nut chewing Hemant Predan who was larger than life and greeted (squashed) us all with enormous bear-hugs. He had a wonderful ...
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