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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 …
... expresses tastes exaggerated sweet.
I make myself subsequently, on the way to the clock tower. As I by the “blue city” walk become acquainted with I another baking packman from Russia. It tells me that today a completely holy day for the Indian is and that in completely India an enormous party will take place. He means we should in the evening for/two leaving meet. ;)
The ascent on the mountain needs more Kraft than meant. I become ...
... worse apparently, when they got home the women folk
also gave them a going over for losing! Still, having retreated into his fort
the chasing baddies could not penetrate at all, which is hardly surprising if
you see the place. Well they tried a siege for a few months but that didn`t
work because they had plenty of food and water inside and they would have been
knackered just climbing the hill outside. So it seems that after a while ...
... so much for being in the desert!?!? Just adds to the story :)
We woke early to the sun and packed up our things to mount our furry friends one last time before heading back and saying goodbye to Jaisalmer, as we were taking a 6hr local bus to Jodhpur at 1:30pm.
Bus ride in India is pretty comical. First the horns are straight out of a fresh prince of bell air show and go off every 15 minutes it seems to let more people on and off the bus. At ...
... After a couple of mundane days hopefully the blog will get more interesting for everyone again! We've enjoyed our time in Rajasthan, it's a great place to visit. Forts, history, sunshine, good food and a much more laid back atmosphere than many other parts of India. Anyone who wants to see the country should make a stop here, if you do then you won't regret it. ...