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Not far from town
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The rat temple. What an experience. We were taken to the temple, about 40 minutes away, by air-conditioned vehicles, which was a blessing. We reached the temple, left our shoes at the entrance and headed in. And there they were. Hundreds of rats. Everywhere. Walking around was a daunting task, as you had no idea if and when a rat would run right in …
... jeweled thrones and amazing vases and what not. It was such an amazing palace and the architecture was so beautiful too with all the window screens carved with intricate designs (the screens are called chiq screens) I'll post some pictures. After the fort we went to have lunch and ordered thali which is the usual lunch meal in India it comes with a bit of rice and a bit of a few different little dishes, a couple chapathi. Etc. they usually take about ...
... day in Delhi and it was kind of fun being back in that crazy, stinky, smoky city... We kind of missed it in a way. We went to the red fort which we missed last time and met up with our friend Vikas from the shop. We got a few things from his shop and then he took us to get massages (which he paid for) and then dropped us off at the train station in his car. Now we're on our train to Jodhpur in the same type of class were sharing the ...
... my flip flops this day so had no socks on to wear inside), and also visitors (and anyone for that matter) should refrain from screaming inside should a rat come near you or run over your feet as it is a place of worship. After nearly chickening out of going in, I braced myself and with bare feet entered the temple. After being warned that their there hundreds of this beloved animal in the temple I was a little surprised that they weren't running around everywhere and on top of ...
After a delicious omelet at our hotel and saying goodbye to our hosts, we made way for the Umaid Bhawan Palace. Upon entering the palace museum, the guardsman was already up and down Eric, remarking on his wonderful Rajesthani dhoti and kulta. Eric bought some colorful shoes as well. The only thing he remarked was missing was a colorful turban. This would become a theme for the day. We have not been able to find a reasonably priced turban yet, but I want one too! It's one of ...