Shree Ram International
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... distance I asked more about them. That's when the guide tried to explain that they weren't part of the neighbouring community and that they lived on the road like vagabonds. All of the people living on their farms in the area, although not wealthy financially maybe, kept their yards up well and were clean (as best they could) and valued their property. These nomads stuck out like a sore thumb. Back at the Dhani, we enjoyed another delicious vegetarian meal by Gemar's wife and ...
... is not! This little boy really did rule at a preschool age. Their kids must be so much wiser than ours. Colson thought potty jokes were hilarious at age 4, not sure he would have sat straight faced through any ceremony or kingly ritual...he can hardly sit still for a church service that is 'kid friendly'! At the Fort, we got some great views and many pictures...especially with other Indian families. We couldn't stop our audio recorder or sit down and ...
... and which would guide me to make all the right decisions at work - just what the doctor ordered. When the man in the shop found out we were from Singapore, he proceeded to tell us about all his other Singaporean customers (by name) and what they bought (jewellery) - I knew one of the people he mentioned and he told me more than once to send his greetings to her.
We had one more stop - Maharani Textiles - where we were shown some lovely shawls, sheets, and stuff done ...
... shadow of the old fort here, called Mehrangarh Fort. It is one of the largest forts in India and is situated 400 feet above the city and is enclosed by thick walls.
The market sells a variety of things including veggies and fruits, clothing, bangles, prepared foods of various kinds etc. I bought a pair of cheap gloves, as the nights have been very cold. We stopped at a small resto to try the Makhaniya lassi with cream, which ...
... come here just to see the fort. Inside the fort a flying fox zip line has been setup. It is in a non tourist area so does not intrude on the main area of the fort. For the princely sum of 1600 rupee (<$30) we get to enjoy 6 zip lines. The longest is 310meters across one of the fort lakes. It is great fun, I enjoy myself screaming and woo hooing across all the zip lines. A tuk tuk takes us back to the city to find a wine shop. The first shop has no wine! so we ...