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... cat, a carved clear quartz, fat elephant, a pointed rose quartz and a moonstone pendant. The owner said that he saw himself in my enthusiasm for crystals and he gave me a special gift.
We then went back to our hotel. We went up to the roof and chatted with some other travellers. Mum and dad had two beers each and I had a sprite. I had a 'cup a soup' for dinner because we were too tired to go out for ...
... our saddlesore behinds, admiring the view and having a cold beer. Sat out chatting with our fellow camel riders, watching the sunset and seeing those stars that were visible despite the very bright full moon. Dinner arrived cooked by the guides after darkness by which time the middle aged German lady had got a bit drunk and the three Irish twentysomethings were falling asleep into their dhal.
Bedtime came early thanks to the strong beers, the darkness and ...
... in hopes that it will give them good karma as part of the Hindu religion. These fish certainly looked well fed and since the lake was off limits for fishing they really had it made in the shade.
After our quick stop at the lake we made our way up the hill and began to take a look around the living fort. As we made our way through the city within the walls of the fort it was incredible to see the number of people not only visiting as we were but also ...
... Rick and after a bit of hanging around we set off into the early morning traffic - busy even at that hour with driver no 2 weaving in and out to keep up with no 1; wasn't sure he really knew where he was going but fortunately we kept in sight and made it safely. Yet another delightful hotel - Jude and Iz in the Viceroy Room and Liz and Karen in Indus - both with decor to match. Showers and bed for a few hours were order of the ...
... This is my favourite kind of sky. The kind of night sky you only get when you're miles from any kind of light pollution and the moon hasn't risen yet and there's an unimaginable amount of stars. So many stars that you can't pick out familiar constellations and the Milky Way is visible to the naked eye. If you just lie down and stare, eventually you'll see a shooting star, or a ...