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Jodhpur: “Excuuuuse me, ma’am! You know what is wool?”

Posted by on 24 Nov, 2008 in India, Knitting, Purl Interrupted, Sights, Taxis and rickshaws, Travel | 0 comments

At one point, a bit yarn hungry by now, I happened upon a dusty bag of nasty pink acrylic wool. A small boy leapt from the shadows of the shop, “Excuuuuse me, ma’am! You know what is wool?” he demanded. I did know what is wool. That wasn’t wool.

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Udaipur: “Are you jamisponding me?”

Posted by on 22 Nov, 2008 in India, Knitting, People, Purl Interrupted, Sights, Travel | 4 comments

There is really only one thing about Udaipur that people go there for as far as I can tell. A shaken but not stirred thing that is regularly viewed with golden eyes and pointed out with gold fingers, and… oh hell, I cannot be bothered with anymore James Bond hints. You get the idea.

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Bundi: “The work of cobbling rather than men.”

Posted by on 18 Nov, 2008 in Animals, India, People, Purl Interrupted, Sights, Travel | 8 comments

Bundi: “The work of cobbling rather than men.”

Fort Monkeys, breakfast monkeys, “Your monkey stick doesn’t scare me” monkeys. A whole monkey army of which sat around us as we climbed to the fort, perched on every wall and window, eerily following us with dark monkey eyes…

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