I always try to take time out for a trip to Rajasthan, India...well, at least every couple of years!
And every time I go, it seems as if there is so much to see, do and find out, that I feel I could never cover everything, not in a 100 years, or as many Indian people believe, in 1000 reincarnations.
It's a virtual hive of busy-ness and business. Everywhere, people seem to be doing something; selling, talking, running, walking, shaving, praying, making things, repairing things, building things, with cows, sheep, donkeys, dogs, cats, birds, rats, mice, bicycles, cars, tuk-tuks, rickshaws, horses, camels, elephants (yes, it's true!) mixed in.
I always use this travel company, after having used so many others and found their service to be exemplary. They have a knack of taking you, or if you want to venture out on your own, suggest suitable venues where you can spend whole days engrossed in the culture.
And then there are the people, a virtual treasure trove waiting to be discovered.