I bought my son a bicycle many many years ago. It wasn't until recently that he's shown an interest in riding for any extended amount of time. He wanted to go for a ride tonight and downloaded an app to track our path. Some of it was a bit sketchy, riding along heavily traveled roads in absolute darkness. I probably shouldn't be doing these things at this time and it's definitely not easy but I have always had a hard time denying him fun (that's how I got this current concussion in the first place!) We rode through the neighborhood my younger self roamed about. I showed him the place I lived in until I was fifteen, the place I met his mother and the place I barely avoided death for the first time (at the age of 12, an antique 38 revolver was pointed at my head. When my head was no longer the target, it was lowered to the ground, the hammer slipped and shot a hole through the floor). Good times.
This is an ethical travelling adventure and I do not ride the elephants that is my decision here but I do adore their mighty presence around me. Their hugh tractor like abilities to amble along in such a peaceful manner grinds me to a holt every time I encountered one. At amber Fort you can ride one along the original pathways from the bottom to the top area of the Fort. #elephants#riding#love#travel#india#jaipur#pinkcity
HAHA omg I can't stop laughing at my T-Rex arms and facial expression - this was one of those praise Jesus moments because my green horse just saved my green ammy butt. I was scrolling through photos on my phone and had to share. 😂