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We arrived at the train station around 11:30pm, only 1 hour late! Straight away we didn't feel comfortable and jumped straight into the nearest rickshaw. From there we witnessed a young theif receiving a harsh lesson from the community, which left a sick feeling inside. The rickshaw eventually took us straight to the door of a commisioned guest …
... people if they would like to try it! Only in India! Obviously I said no - don't worry Tagey and Joycey! ;)
Later we went on a tour of some local villages and, once again, we were offered opium! (Still said no, don't worry!) A local man showed us how he smokes the opium, which is part of the culture in that area. It was actually really interesting but he was a bit wobbly after his demonstration and his wife didn't look too impressed with him! Hahaha!
Feeling a little bit sad about leaving Udaipur, we took a
bus to Jodhpur. I tell you bus journey’s just never seem to run as smoothly …
what we were told was a 5 hour journey turned into over seven hours in a non-ac
bus (which to be fair was our choice) in the sweltering heat. We arrived in
Jodhpur tired and hot … hoping that the night air would cool us down … but that
... to be allowed to park in front of his shop. We are getting used to this now, and don't mind too much. Jodphur is quieter than Jaipur and Delhi, and we get hassled a lot less. We buy some fruit juices and wander around, have a look at the clock tower and views up at the fort, trying to avoid bikes and cars as we go.
Dinner in the hotel (I brave a curry this time, the paneer is delicious), and straight to sleep.
... sane after all and there ended up being tonnes of them swinging about in the trees and eventually casually all over the road. Sunil took us to a Jain temple on the way up which was easily one of the most stunning and spiritual places we've seen so far. It's called Sheth Anandji Kalyanji and was all carved marble with 1444 pillars, each one unique and the inside was just gorgeous, not to mention the glimpse of mountain we caught in ...
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