A phone box in Rajasthan

In Rajasthan, no matter how remote, the Road Taken will always have plenty of these.



Whether you travel the road on a bike, car, a camel or cow cart, you will find shops with fizzy pop, snacks and a public call office.



11 thoughts on “A phone box in Rajasthan

  1. I echo Meg! You do seem to have travelled to some remote regions! I wonder how many of these are still around given that everyone, even in the poorest of countrie,s has a mobile phone!

    1. I hardly travelled anywhere until I was in my forties, because I don’t do lying on beaches so didn’t want to go to the places I could afford. I’m still poor, but I’ve managed to see a few fantastic places!

      1. I had a time out when I was raising the 4 kids on my own and couldn’t afford anywhere (well I did manage a caravan once in Cornwall). Being able to afford to travel again was such a delight.

  2. Interesting places you’ve been to, Gilly. India is such a conundrum, isn’t it? I’m never sure if I would actually like it but the architecture is phenomenal. πŸ™‚

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