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... pineapple juice" "potato vedges" We called at kulvhare "a willage" as Raj said, that was in the middle of the desert, that was deserted. It was built on 16th century and was abandoned 150 years ago due to a disbute between the prime minister (aged 60) who wished to Marry a 19 year old... The villagers objected and all moved out ! Later on route through the desert we came across a few huts and lo and behold a cricket ...
... full of markets and bazaars mixed with nomad tribespeople trading along. I felt totally in another era, a medieval era! It felt wonderful!
A series of steps were climbed before I found myself at the top of the rugged walls overlooking the town below and desolate landscape. The wind was fierce; I stood away from the edge ...
... sandstone. They are intricately carved and on dusk the city sparkles. Our first night there we took in Sunset Point and then went back to the rooftop restaurant for dinner and largies of Kingfisher and Tuborg beer. We also discovered a local vodka called Magic Moments with a clear guitar on a frosted bottle...not too bad. We ordered our standards - Malai Kofta, Aloo Gobhi and Garlic Naan and they were top shelf!
The next day our guide was Harry and ...
... destination but also an economic hub from which a large portion of the neighbouring villages draw their sustenance. Manvar is an ideal base to explore desert life, culture, wildlife and landscape of breathtaking beauty. It offers a stark and contrasting desert experience. On one hand is the Manvar Desert Resort, built in traditional desert village style with eco-friendly innovations. On the other hand, and even more precious in today’s commercialized ...
... a field with a camel. No one likes planting their spuds in wonky lines, regardless of what level of OCD you claim to have. But it's not the motion of the camel that hurts, it's how ******* wide you have to have your legs to sit astride them. Not even a two dollar ***** has to keep her legs apart for this long. You're fine as long as you let them hang down by the camel's side like two bits ...