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Just one kiss in Jaipur

January 27th 2015
HE SAID... We were travelling west from Fort Madhogarh to Jaipur, and we didn’t want to leave. We were woken early at 5.45am to the blasting sound of music from the village below. We’d watched a wedding procession through the village the day before, in which women were dancing from house to house behind an old land rover with a massive sound system on board. We thought the music was related to ... read more
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Indian Flag The Indus Valley civilization, one of the oldest in the world, dates back at least 5,000 years. Aryan tribes from the northwest invaded about 1500 B.C.; their merger with the earlier Dravidian inhabitants created the classical Indian culture. Arab in... ... read more
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19th April 2015

City of colours
Absolutely love this photo! Actually quite a few favourite shots in this blog... so much colour in this city! Recently I've been catching up on your blogs on my way to work... two visits to Miss India this week, what can I say... probably not even close to any of the specialities you're enjoying over there, but will have to do for now ;) India has been on my bucket list for a while now, but after reading your blogs it certainly makes its way all the way to the top! Looking forward to reading about your tiger encounters next!
19th April 2015

Re: City of colours
Thanks Anna! Jaipur was a very photogenic city. From what I've read of your travels in Asia, I think you would really love India. Most of the main curries weren't that different to what we get in Indian restaurants here, but the spices were of a much better quality which really lifted the flavours. However the naans and chapathis in the north were in a league of their own and nothing like I've ever tasted outside India - I could live on those! :)

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