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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 …
... be missed in your tour of Jaisalmer.
The JAIN Temple complex, dating from the 12th century, comprises 5 interconnected temples and is a marvel in architecture and beauty.
A wander around the streets of the city of Jaisalmer does not disappoint and we enjoy many a beautiful sunset sitting on the terrace of yet another amazing hotel, haveli, or restaurant.
Jaisalmer is also the departure point for a ...
... expressway to Saswad upriver Phata, then again some 20 kms into Parinche Village, aggregating upto 60-65 kms away from Pune city. I was harrowed by the entire journey: One being it was toooooo long. The other being FEAR, My driver was drowsy and was falling asleep while driving. He apparently didn't sleep well last night and was giving us shivers every time a car passed by too close. Inspite of the Tea cups and music, it was a surmountable job to keep him awake. ...
... one and sure enough they were freezing! God knows how he got them to stay so cold in the middle of a desert?? Cold Kingfisher in hand off we went to explore the dunes and watch the sunset. It was absolutely stunning and the colours were amazing (our pics don't really do it justice) afterwards we headed back to the camp and our guides had prepared tea. It was a potato and lentil daal with rice and chapatis and was delicious, one of the tastiest meals we had in India! ...
... grill and butter chicken for main with some garlic naan and 3 or 4 beers each. Remember this is India so it cost us £25 each for one of the nicest restaurants in town. It was a treat as we had struggled so far. We left absolutely stuffed to the brim and headed to the notorious Leopold's bar in Colaba which still has all of its bullet holes from the terrorist attacks. This Mumbai party bar was dead so we got a cab home and slept ...