Khimsar Sand Dunes Village
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... to his parents.
Ashim went on to share with us the details of his marriage, which was arranged by his parents. After he had completed graduate school in Japanese Language and was working in the Gulf Region, his father placed a matrimonial advertisement in the local newspaper, a common practice. The advertisement told about Ashim’s education, career and salary, and family. It sounded to us much like sending in an application for a job. There were many responses to ...
... down into the castles old audience chamber which is now used as the lobby.
Last night’s hotel the Lallgarh Palace Hotel is in part of a pink sandstone Palace that was originally built in 1903. The building still has much of its 1900 period character including an indoor pool, billiard room and trophy room complete with antelope, panthers and tiger skins. The rooms are large and with high ceilings although like Mandawa plug sockets are of ...
... was spent flying kites, Indian style, helped by Manjeet and one of the hotel staff. The kites are made of tissue paper, and, with a certain technique, can be made to fly unbelievably high. Jamie had a bit of knack to it, and almost used up his whole string, which apparently was 1,500m long!
Next was a treasure hunt devised by Brad which was fun, and involved ‘treasure’ such as kitkats, milky bars and tic tacs. ...
... walking over things we didn't like to think too much about and made the visit as short as we could make it – there was no dilly dallying in this place and hopefully our pictures will tell the rest.
After cleaning with sanitised wet ones – thankfully packed before we left we continued onto Nagaur and the Ahhichatragarh Fort. It was not on our itinerary by our driver said it was well worth a visit even ...
... on it (did we hear them scream?), then they stop and eat, then they trot again. Getting on and off the camel – another adventure…
The camel drivers invite us to “Sunset point”, where there is tea and biscuits. No sunset anymore, clouds are approaching. Actually there is a thunderstorm building up, we just make it for tea time then the desert wind hits us. We have to cover our faces and ...