Scuttling down to the Clock Tower Market after pancakes and honey was a bit manic in the constantly twisting and turning narrow streets of Jodhpur. Due to the shortage of small notes and a banning of large notes in India (thanks a lot Indian government) everyone was struggling to get at their money so we decided to slyly get in line before the banks open. The plan went brilliantly, we were in non existent queues and the sun wasn't beating down on us, just a pity ...
The Zest of the Seville Orange
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Having a buffet breakfast of porridge and toast (that was the 'buffet', two options) we were collected by Khan and shepherded off toward Jodhpur. Khan took a 'short cut' which was a country road that stretched for four hours of our six hour journey. The road was so bumpy and potholed that I spent the rest of the day in a neck brace due to severe whiplash; I'm being hyperbolic but it was bad, let me assure you. As my music playlists are pretty damn fresh - I c...