Heaven Guest House
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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 …
... blue, hence The Blue City.
Today we checked out the Mehrangarh Fort, Maharaja Palace and Museum and a textiles factory. Jen bought the most amazing scarfs that this factory makes for Hermes. They retail in Europe for 4500 Euros - Jen paid 200 AUD - What a Euro-trash-wankfest markup!!
The Maharaja had a great collection of vintage cars, my favourite being a Rolls Royce Silver Phanton - I think from 1927...wow.
This evening we ...
... at her but I was oblivious. Once in a while I would look back at Jerra on her camel and say, 'don't be rude Jerra, be sure you wave at them and say Namaste!" Later she told me that she couldn't look at them as she got goose bumps of fear every time they winked at her. Glad she is still sensitive to these things.
Back at Gemar's we had a nice few hours before supper time. I read a book in the sun and watched Jerra play for hours with a bunch of local kids ...
... in the bag has been invaluable in breaking the ice with other travellers. They open up and tell us about their equally embarrassing stories. The one thing is, no one we talked to fell for Mr. Local's trick!!! On our way back down from the fort we encountered a man who asked us to take his picture. We were convinced that he wanted money too but we went along it for some reason. Out with the camera, snap the picture. He then asked us to take a picture ...
... law from Mumbai to the temple. She told me that the percentage of Jains in India is only about one percent, and that although she is a Jain, she really didn't have an in depth knowledge of the ins and outs of the religion (her words).We were lucky to chat to a young man who told us he is the fifteenth generation in the line of monks who looked after the temple. The cynic in me may have had some doubts about this claim once he pocketed ...