Hotel Laxmi Niwas
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... the sand whipped up and the cows all went crazy. All felt very apocalyptic, how could Jaipur possibly compete....?
Jaisalmer in numbers:
Approximate age of the old man on the bus who refused to take my seat and instead squatted on the floor: 75
Ratio of performers to audience at the puppet show: 3:1
Times a sweet little girl told me to "Get out" when I smiled at her whilst walking around the fort: 1
Book count: 5
... cooked a nice lunch. My job was to chase goats away both from our food and the camel food which I enjoyed. Then when lunch was over I got to feed the scraps to the goats which I enjoyed even more as they have cute little faces and sock ears but they must have been a little confused of my change in attitude. We saw desert mice, deer and birds combined with the goats I thought it was quite a nice amount of wildlife for a desert. Our last ride was 2hrs into the ...
So I think I experienced my very first Indian "is that what I thought it was?" **** grope. Now, this has happened to most women I've met whilst travelling here but it doesn't normally happen to me. Despite the fact I have tits that could have kept the Titanic afloat, having short hair and tattoos confuses the men. It's rare that I get unwanted male ...
... a mansion. Walking through the winding streets and seeing all the activity was fantastic!
On our way back to the train we made a stop at the man made lake. It was a bit run down, but had some interesting character and small colorful boats. After lunch we were off for a Camel ride in the sand dunes. We ...
... got a couple of things from the shop (one of which was altered for her within 2 minutes!) and off we went. After a long day we decided to go to a nice looking restaurant we passed near our hotel and it didn't dissapoint, I had Lal Mass, a spicy mutton curry and Jen had Aloo Gobi that she had been craving both were absolutely delicious and ended our time in Jaipur nicely. Next up was an early morning train to Agra to see the Taj Mahal.
Neil 5th November 2014