Hotel Raj Palace
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... put on more weight. We have decided to halve our placement in Nepal and stay at AAU for another 2 weeks. We just love it here so much and didn't want to leave. It's such a good placement here and we are learning a lot. We didn't want to turn up at Nepal and the placement be bad and having to stay there for a month. So we will just go for 2 ...
... made me real happy. We spent three days walking the narrow
streets of this little city on a lake.
They say it’s the Paris of India aka the Romantic city and in many ways
it is. Its just beautiful, if you can
ignore the litter and sad looking street dogs and the cows eating out of dumpsters.
We saw an amazing cultural performance of puppeteers, dancers and musicians in
an old mansion and saw an island palace all lit up at night while ...
The next couple of days we have spent just exploring the city, exploring both inside and outside the fort and having a look at some of the carvings on the buildings. Everything here is build of sandstone, such that the fort looks like a giant sandcastle rising out of the desert. Most buildings have beautiful intricate carving along the street front.
Leaving here via sleeper train tonight. In the meantime just chilling out in Jaisalmer.
... was gorgeous.We saw the city palace and the lake palace and the sun was shining nicely on the water.And Miriam wasn't seasick! Yaaaay!
Before we went on the boat a rickshaw driver 'Ali' offered to take us around the city.So when we got off the boat he took us to see the vegetable bazar, where we bought some spices and saw a wedding procession passing by, all the colours, gorgeous!Next stop was at the princess gardens and the sarup sagar lake.A long time ago the king and ...
... under the stars was amazing once the moon went down they were so bright. It was freezing cold though, but luckily we had our blankets to keep us warm. The next day we spent riding back to the village where we were collected. Jaisalmer itself is not one of my favourite places. The open sewers give it a distinct smell and there is rubbish everywhere. Our hotel was also dirty, so we were pleased to get out of there the next day. We caught a bus ...