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... 8217;t kill any living-beings or allow somebody to kill living-beings. There, we tried the Holi Festival’s dessert and also we tried the opium. The opium that we tasted is not a drug, it’s a natural plant drink.
After that, we made a short journey through the safari, we saw many cows, yaks, dogs, and one peacock! With that, we headed back to the hotel to eat dinner. After that we went back to our rooms and get ready for long day tomorrow!
When we were preparing the plan of our journey and the list of places to visit in India - Jodhpur, known as the blue city, second largest city in Rajasthan was on top of my list.
Full of spiritual energy from Amritsar, we went by train back to old Delhi station. The journey went fast, even we came bit late. When we set our foot to the old Delhi station - massive shock had started. I had never ever seen in my life such a big chaos and so many ...
... you irish?! Turns out a girl working there was also from Ireland, Dublin. Nice coincidence! We got strapped in to our harnesses, got safety instructions and had a test run on a little bit of wire behind their office.Now it was time for the real work! We climbed up some stairs and there it was, the first wire, right above thethe old blue city. We were a bit nervous, but after the first zip line we could do nothing else than just enjoy it, what an ...
... and we had 2nds and also went back the following day.
I also tried Lassi which is best described as a cross between a millshake snd a yoghurt, i went fir the banana flavour which was lovely.
We booked a bus to Jaisalmer for Wednesday afternoon where we will take a camel safari and spend a night in the desert.
Wednesdsy morning we got a tuk tuk to Umaid Bhawan Palace which was designed by ...
... turbans, the colours relate to the different cities or represent your social class / occupation. Apparently I should have brought blue bangles for Jodhpur but I decided to go with my fashion instinct instead of the tradition.
I really enjoyed Jodhpur. It was a different experience to Dehli or Jaisalmer. One full day (2 nights) was enough time to explore the area before taking a private bus to Udaipur.