Marvel Umed Hotel
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... there. All was going well until we got off the bus and there was suddenly a lot of confusion about the "obvious" meeting point. After a few frantic phone calls and a bit of waiting around in the "bus station", we were found by our guide who took us to meet our camels! We rode out into the desert, and after three hours of taking in some mad cool scenery, we arrived at our Homestay. It was located in the middle of ...
... to risk their lives, and they dispersed.
Enough about the trip. We soon found a tuktuk driver (a more common term for a rickshaw wallah) who tried to rip us off, and failed. So a short while later, we had driven through the old town, and were outside Hill View, our guesthouse.
Ms Zafran was there to meet us. She remembered Miguel from all those years ago, and as his travel buddies we became sort of 'honorary Miguels'.
Jodhpur is known ...
... the doors and videod us doing the ullmhachan reel! Out of costume by the way. The guy asked for our numbers and wants to collect, bring us out for dinner and dancing tomorrow, that won't be happening! Oh he messaged us both now, hahahah!!! We jumped back in our safari jeep and headed 35km back to the city, through the Clock Tower square and the sandar market, this city is so alive. We're happy we added it to our trip! After a scrumptious dinner, 3 course for ...
... making next year (I don't know where yet). Just so that when I'm taking in all of the remarkable facets of a country, I can turn to someone and say "Cool, huh?" And they'll respond with "Yeah, cool." PS. No, I'm not depressed. No, I'm not having a bad time. I'm still having fun every day. I only write these stories when I'm sitting in my fancy hotel rooms quietly by myself, and I just write whatever's on my mind at the time. So don't anybody get ...
... of sight seeing, we encountered a number of interesting locals. Musicians, cleaners, guards, people worshipping one of the 33,000,000 Hindu gods. It seems that each area has its own collection of gods unique to that specific area. Many of the statues we saw today are very rare and very unique to the area around Jodhpur. I know I have said it before, but the colours are truly ...