I went for an early morning walk around the village of Khuri this morning before leaving for Jodhpur and met a lovely old man called Bargwan Singh who invited me to share a morning chai with him. He was the first farmer to reap the benefits of the Indira Gandhi Pipeline, which brought water to the farmers in the Thar Desert.
Later we left for Jodhpur and arrived late in the day at the Heritage Kuchaman Haveli owned by an old Muslim man (and his son) who has ten daughters!
Walked down to the Clock Tower and had one of the famous Makhaniya lassis which I would have to so was the best lassi I have ever tasted.
The next day Ian and Mia did a bit of sightseeing by themselves as I was lying low with a gastro bug.
The following morning we went to the fort which is truly spectacular and is a museum now with many precious antiquities inside.I did see one man wearing a pair of jodhpurs!! He was an Indian tourist guide. Couldn’t see his horse though.