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... in my waking ambien dream. We boarded this rickety old bus and our jaws dropped when we saw the sleeping compartments above regular sitting chairs. It really seemed like they just converted a luggage rack. Try for a minute to imagine our surprise when we realized that the boxes above the single seats were singles and across the aisle were double - we were both meant to cram into this tiny spot ~ maybe an inch or two wider than a ...
After our last early morning swim and surf in the beautiful Arabian Sea we once again squeezed our tired belongings into backpacks and went by rickshaw to the train station. Wanting to have a more ' Indian' train experience this time, we booked into 3C sleeper-class. No AC, crowded, stifling but open windows and beds if needed. Booking a ticket is mind blowing in itself , there being a myriad of seats, classes, prices and operators but Toby ...
... been reincarnated until they achieve Nirvana) They live by 5 main principles:
1) Do not kill any living thing.
2) Banish anger from your life.
3) Do not possess greed
5) Detach from material possessions and the material world.
(Doesn't sound like anyone I know)
This temple was well worth the 4 hours drive through desert and mountains.
We then reached Jodhpur. A lot of the buildings ...
... towards the central Sadar market area, clock tower and ultimately up to the Fort.
Our first impressions of Jodhpur were good. Known as the Blue City, it isn't too big and we easily found our bearings walking around. Many of the homes dotted around the city are painted in copper sulphate which helps keep the home cool and acts as an insect and ...
... to the most amazing spice shop I have ever seen, the smell stopped you in your tracks, but not that cloying, stuck to the back of your throat type smell. It was packed in there, the young lady who runs the shop was very helpful and explained different things to me. All of which I have forgotten. It has taken me a week to remember the name of the sweet cake the family on the train gave me -Gujia, Raju found me a shop that sells them last night. Lots of people said I would lose ...