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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 …
... it financially. The hotel, which they have in the eye, is central in away and is a beautiful old building. With six large rooms. It costs straight once 2.000 - 3.000 €/Jahr inclusive. Jeep, camels, personnel…! Although Paul Sunny knows only for scarcely one week, he trusts him blindly. Sunny can read nor write however neither. Again once a special experience. We sit on a roof terrace, have the desert Thar before us and more native get from a Canadian and ...
... and have a lassi each before exploring the fort, just to enhance what is already a mind-blowing experience. The lassi wallah is a charming bloke who makes customers feel at ease, and guides them through the various strengths of bhang used in his products, but we assure him well be fine with medium strength for today.
Jaiselmer fort is not a historical monument as such, it is a living, breathing entity, home to over 3000 people who live in the many tightly packed ...
... Get up. Please. Get up." God help me, I even tried it with an Indian accent but he stubbornly remained in the sand, twitching his ears, not moving. Abdullah wandered past, didn't even look at him, just casually said in a low voice, "Get up, Simon." Simon got up. Alright, Mister Attitude. Have it your way. ****er. Today was ...
... and one chair barber shops, knife sharpeners and cobblers.
The scene changed suddenly and dramatically as soon as we reached Sardar Market and the famous clock tower. The touts, rickshaw drivers and trinket stand sellers were immediately on us and every other western face in view. The air clogged with a thousand smoke-spewing autorickshaws and charcoal cooking fires. We quickly retreated back into the relative calm of the old city.