Castle Bera (Rawala)
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... chat and eventually someone bravely offers a piece of themselves expressed as an opinion and the real business of social show and tell begins . Slowly we assume our real selves, or as real as it gets and over the coming days and evenings we do indeed come to our conclusions.
Colin and Rachel and we together form the naughty squad. We alone find each other funny and interesting. After a few days we sneak off from the group and Colin who is direct and disarming voices what we ...
... they spread by hand to make their courtyards. The surface felt very nice to walk on, however, even barefoot.
Today we visited Kumbhalgarh Fort. First construction began in 1459; it took about fifty years to complete the main part. Kumbhalgarh Fort has the second longest defensive wall after China; it is 35 kilometers long, wide enough--in parts--for four horses to run abreast, and (Singhji says), like China's Great Wall, ...
... is that most of the Indian men have the brightest red or pink turbans and there clothing is white with very colourful embroidery, we have not seen anything like this previously. We order the local dish Gavind Gatta - chick pea dumplings in garlic and tomato based curry. Again delicious, all the food so far has been great. Spicy but not spicy hot. We now have a sightseeing stop at the local Jain Temple - Sheth Anandji Kalyanji. The whole temple and all the carving are in marble ...
... 5-8 elders. It was permanent place for the children and they spent their energy in riding it as high as possible.
We learnt that there was a dam on the river in the vicinity of 1 Kms. We planned a nice picnic in the evening. WE requested hotel team to get us some tea and snacks and serve us on the top of the dam. They agreed to our delight and we were on for the picnic.
We went to the ...
... different). But anyway, personally I think the temple was one of the most impressive things I've seen on the trip, it took over 50 years to build, had over 1400 pillars and is literally in the middle of nowhere. Had a guide roundd by the high priests son, probably worthwhile but obviously he expected a tip afterwards, then the high priest said a prayer for us. Nice moment and something we'll remember, but even though we explained we had no ...