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Travel Blogs from Bikaner
... the worst part was the fact that
you didn't have the disconnection of being able to step around with
shoes on. You actually felt the rat **** in between your toes as you
watched them running all over the place while the stench was unbearable.
At the same time it was really very interesting. After around 15
minutes Ania had to leave. Peter continued on for a while longer,
dealing with the uncomfortable situation and taking pictures. It was
... place for the villagers whose temple it was.
We were incredibly lucky that not 1 but 2 wedding parties were in the temple at the time with the bride and groom saying their prayers and the wedding party milling around. A lovely guy from one of the parties came to speak to us, and with excellent English he explained all about the wedding and we met pretty much all of his family - including the bride and groom! He even encouraged me to take photos but stupidly I got shy as ...
... heavy, I don't blame her! After we decided to walk up to the old town of bikaner and walk around the markets we got seperated somehow but were still in a two and a three so continued to wander for a few hours before heading back to the hotel. We have dinner at a suburb restaurant which was really good and then back to the hotel. We attempt to sleep as its the first night in a bed in 3 nights, however myself, my roomie, the guide and the three british boys end ...
... an attempt to clean up the carriage a bit, 2 lots of cleaners passed through- one employed by the train company who gave the floors a cursory sweep and a second, just a local boy who came along on his hands and knees doing a proper job for a few rupees from each passenger. He was absolutely filthy from head to toe and once again, we were reminded of just how privileged our lives are back home. In fact with almost every hour we spend in India, you see things that remind you of ...
... to Jaiselmer. No problem, EXCEPT the herders wouldn't go until after the fair was over. We didn’t want to wait that long and decided to bus north to that other camel trekking hotbed and organize a camel trek from there. Easy, right?
After a leisure breakfast at Akash's Chill-Out Rooftop Café, we said our goodbyes to Deepak, Eva and the rest of the staff.
We were happy to find out from Deepak that we could catch ...