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... camel bone!" Soooo I've no idea what's holding the camels up but you heard it here first, kids. Camels don't, it seems, have bones. Well they failed to tell us that in Jaisalmer.
A reoccurring theme also seemed to be horses representing strength, because they carry stuff and are generally double hard *******s. Elephants representing luck for all manner of reasons, mainly because of the ...
... good for different ailments, and would say things like, "This is good for legs," or, more inexplicably, "This is good for controlling your emotions."
Afterward, we would join Rishi for Hindi language lessons, discovering how "cha" is different from "chha" (They aren't, I insist!). Too soon, however, lessons had ended, as had our week in Jaipur, and we were buying snacks for the train ride to Udaipur.
... This was not on. I saw off my snickers and waded through the field to take first place, I basically sprinted up the mountain. As I trekked up this mountain, losing vital organs along the way and sweating like an Indian in a sweatshop, I witnessed the transition between night and day. Mesmerising. I reached the top and waited for the sun to rise. Just as it creeped over the far end of the earth, I selected 'Circle of Life' on my iPod, sat back and watched the sunrise. I'm not ...
... round the lake as a bad idea. We decided to go for a bite to eat and a beer instead.
The place we had decided on going was over the footbridge and the other side of the lake. As we were walking to the restaurant that we had chosen and couple of shopkeepers were sat together outside a shop and called out to us 'you're in the paper'. I had heard many lines to get me in a shop before but not that one, even so we just kept on going and didn't think too much about it. After ...
... religion. Initially, the temple was built in 734 A.D. by Bappa Rawal. Since that time, Eklingji has been the ruling deity of Mewar rulers. It was very interesting to see the carvings and the people making theirs sacrifices and asking favours of their gods. On arrival we checked in to the hotel and had lunch. After lunch we walked into the old town of Udaipur. The walk was difficult since there are no sidewalks and cars, tuktuks and motorcycles are all vying for ...