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My brain's gone into meltdown, it's so hot. Hot in the morning, hot in the afternoon and bloody hot at night when you're trying to sleep! And if that's not enough – the
food's hot – it's curry for breakfast, curry for dinner and guess what - yes curry for tea! So I'm sweating from the heat, and it …
... say you're not going to buy anything
I wanted to get some sandals for the heat, a scarf thing to
hide my blond hair, for sun protection, and for warmth at night. It works great for the weather, but you can
still tell I am white as Wonderbread while I am wearing it. I also got the most comfortable light pants
and shirt for the heat (I am no good in the heat!). My ...
... terraces afording stunning views. Most interesting is the fact that this is still a neighborhood. Technically the fort and all of its structures still belong to the raja's family. But those residing within have been allowed to pass their residency down father to son for generations. Many places have been transformed into guesthouses, antique shops, souvineer shops and so forth. But many remain simple homes.
... t believe our luck, we got the last two tourist quota tickets for 2400! In your face tourist agent with your stupid mark up!!!!! (Busy trains have a tourist quota but you need to go in person to buy).
We love India and we thoroughly enjoyed Mumbai. We left the next day for the Goa region. It's a beach haven and a little bit of paradise in India.
The most action packed night of travel is yet to come. Why, oh why, does this keep happening to us?
Until next ...
... was ideal. Here you caught what breeze there was and could see the sun rising and highlighting the fort's imposing 7 km of golden sandstone walls.
Jaisalmer is a 12th century Rajput stronghold created and dominated by the Bhati clan. They did well locating the fort at a strategic position and laying taxes on the camel caravans using this route between Central Asia and India. When the Mughals swept in, alliances were made that allowed ...