Shree Ram International
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... Retreat at lunchtime. It has one hundred acres in its property buzzing with life including squirrels (Yay!) peacocks and many other birds. Leopards, pythons and crocodiles have also occasionaly been spotted on the property. We had an afternoon of bird, squirrel and frog watching plus a lazy swim in the pool.
We had a delicious dinner and an early night so we were ready to explore in the ...
... every one we passed, and children ran after our bus waving and shouting. At one point we passed a truck full of women dressed for a wedding: they were crammed in the back of the truck, the front and on the roof. Dressed in brightly coloured saris and bedecked in sparkling bangles and ribbons, they were singing in celebration. When their truck stopped beside us on the road, they leaned out to look at us - but never stopped singing. We sat there - stuck in mud - for several ...
I'm writing this entry from the Blue City of Jodhpur. After we left Udaipur we stopped at the Chaumukha Jain Temple in Ranakpur. The Jain people are very religious and the list of things not permitted in this temple was fairly extensive: no shoes, no leather, no food or water, no tobacco and no menstruating women!! The temple itself was something else. It took 3000 craftsmen 50 years to build and the 1 acre temple is entirely made out ...
... Young, but young and foolish. She could have died of dehydration for goodness sake.
It also didn't help Naveens mood when he hit his head on the Tuk Tuk roof getting out at the hospital, making his head bleed and also needed to be seen by doctors!
Got up early this morning 430am to catch a bus to Udaipur, on that bus now, will post pics later.
Is anyone reading these??
Happy Christmas Eve Everyone! Well for you it's the eve of Christmas ...
Our afternoon train from Ajmer to Jodhpur departed on time but was delayed en-route, meaning we arrived an hour late at around 9pm - too late for our pick-up to wait for us! After flagging down a tuk tuk we arrived at our hotel, an impressive haveli that looked like a castle with huge courtyard's inside. This was backpacking "Maharaja style"!