Castle Bera (Rawala)
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... that Patrick and Julie are deeply boring. Patrick tells interminable and dull stories with no payoff, whilst Julie speaks slowly as she explains everything to us, her class of five year olds. Maria and Leandros somewhat plough their own farrow and so we don't feel too bad we have become a clique of four. Feeling guilty sometimes, we occasionally spend time with the under caste astonished by their inability to have a conversation and to recognize their own social ineptitude.
Our explorations continue through palaces, temples, forts, and small villages. Yesterday we took an audio tour of Ranakpur Temple, one of the five holiest sites for people who follow the Jain religion. This is a huge white temple, three stories high, built in the 15th century. It is made all of marble; it has twenty domes and 1,444 carved marble pillars, no two the same. There is a wishing tree just inside the entrance, but both my ...
... to their wedding in a few months, which Eric and I are now invited to, but sadly will not be making. We continue to give him permission to call his fiancé, who keeps calling him, and by the sounds of it is upset that he is not able to see her this weekend, due to the fact that he has work now. So how did I learn all of this about our driver? Well, Ranjit graciously and eagerly threw a party for Eric and I after the drive and a full day of ...
... which lasts for 15 days. Dhuleti day is the day of caution for tourists like us.
If you happen to travel to any part of Rajasthan by road on the day of Dhuleti, it will be the worst time you will see in your life. Every 10 kms, you will find road blocks created by locales. They will stop your vehicle and ask for money. If you ...
About two hours by car through the mountains -- very pretty countryside is the most exquisite Jain Temple built out of marble in the 13th century. 1444 columns each individually carved outbof marble. Very beautiful. Then we went to the maraeshji bahn a beautiful country retreat. as the King of Jodpur is a ...