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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 …
... After placing our beer order with the "beer man" (an enterprising Muslim chap who didn't drink but wasn't about to let that stop him making a few rups from beer) we mounted up for the final 2-3 hours trek to the sand dunes. The time seemed to go very slow as by this point our legs were really aching and towards the end poor Hannah needed to get off and walk.
Once we arrived at the dunes we realised it was a bit windy to sleep on the ...
... the temples, the carvings and the beauty of the place. Dom and I nearly were attacked by an angry cow who had just lost her calf. The poor thing was so upset she was attempting to head-butt anyone who came in to her path. Luckily, we are both swift on our feet and were able to escape her path of terror.
That night, we had dinner at a beautiful restaurant where we were serenaded by a group of children playing various instruments. We were sad to leave the beautiful Golden City of ...
... the "let's all drink this poison together" approach favoured by deluded cult leaders the world over? But nope. Jauhar, as it's called, involves the queens and princesses (during an elaborate ceremony of course, Rajputs do love a good ceremony) getting dressed up in their wedding garb and throwing themselves onto a fire. Then the men flung open the gates and tore ...
We are now roughly three weeks into our Indian adventure and have just finished part two of our 16-day program with our director for this portion of India, Rishi Chaturvedi, whom we call Rishi-ji. Part two took us to the white city of Udaipur, famous for its expansive picturesque lakes. We arrived around 9:30 at night by train and were picked up at the station by Rajubhai and Vinodbhai, the proprietors of Bhagwati Hotel and long time friends of Rishi-ji. ...