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... said. He was a sweet little old man with glasses that we couldn't say no to, so took a seat to give him a shot at reading our personality, health and lifeline. Most of the reading we sat shaking with silent laughter in our seats, as he unmistakeable dozed off mid sentence every couple of minutes. Clearly our palms are boring, though maybe for fortune telling that's a good thing.
The must do in Jodhpur is to explore the Fort by zip line. We joined a witty Indian family to ...
Junagarh fort and a dull guide
By this time we were now falling into our travelling
routine. Breakfast was usually omelette or, to use their pronunciation,
“scrembulled” eggs. (We have since actually found this spelling on menus!), tea
& toast. There is an Indian alternative but our stomachs need some help
already. Cathy was the first to suffer from the inevitable Delhi belly.
We are then greeted by Ashwami who immediately herds ...
... saw many large antelope, a mongoose, peacocks and even some gazelle! The villages we visited were interesting. We saw pottery and carpets being made in huts made of cow dung and mud. It reminded me somewhat of the villages I saw in Africa, except here they indulge in opiates and invite groups to tour around, so we questioned the authenticity somewhat. Nonetheless it was an interesting day.
That evening, ...
... sati. **** being the wife of a maharaja!
The palace within the fort is the reason you need to part with your cash monies and it's actually really well laid out. I was bored of looking at Mughal forts that were basically reduced to bare, sandstone rooms with no real feel of how they used to be furnished. You only need to see one and you've seen them all. Mehrangarh is a Rajput fort and the ...
... could find to the hotel.
Jodhpur, the Blue City... Oh where to begin?!!! What the guide book should say... 'stinking, rotting, filthy, hell hole' NOT 'visit Jodhpur the second largest city in Rajasthan with its beautiful fort overlooking...' Blah blah blah. whether it was due to the fact that I felt worse than ever with Neil closely following suit or the fact that I got headbutted by a cow ( seriously...and it hurt!) or saw several dead dogs by ...