WelcomHeritage Khimsar Fort, Khimsar
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... make money," said Ashim. “The next life? People who are educated know this is a mirage,” he continued.
From the caste system we transitioned into a discussion about Indian family life. They often live as joint families with multiple generations living together under the same roof. Ashim shared that he lived with his parents until just a few years ago, when his family grew to the point that they all needed more room. Even though he has his own home now, it is ...
... but we still got a puncture yesterday and have a fuel leak today.
The accommodation has also changed in style and character each day as well. The Castle Mandawa hotel had the minimum of conversion and a lot of period features. Our room was in the base of one of the castle's towers with wall frescos and a twisting narrow corridor to a large bathroom. The dining room with its wall and ceiling paintings is on the 1st floor in a group of ...
... the pool, then had some much needed chill-out time in the shade while the children played with their new toys. Brad and Georgie even managed to watch the England Rugby team get booted out of the Rugby world cup at the hands of the French. Although they only got to watch the second half as it took Brad over an hour to work out how to get live TV to play over the internet in India. I am sure it was much easier than he made it look.
... heroics of the guy that rode it on a flat tyre last time but the bead kept coming off the rim so I found a guy with a camel and cart and tried to negotiate a lift. He was up for it (not sure his camel was) but wanted 200 rupees, a bit much I thought (3 quid). So I walked to town and got a tractor to come and get it and by mid afternoon it was all patched and ready to go again. Made a note to buy all the tools so I can do it myself next time.
... leave our shoes across the road and then walk bare foot (some westerners we saw had calico bags covering their feet but we weren't offered these) into the temple. Asholk did the customary Hindu bowing and kneeling which is delightful to watch and then after paying 20rs to take our camera we entered the temple. OMG it was utterly revolting with rats – some only just surviving moving slowly along the temple corridors with us. ...