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... 8217;t normally do but will remember forever!
Once we had stopped giggling outside, we headed back into town, by which time it was starting to look like it might rain. We hauled up in our room and watched a bit of a movie, then, with our rumbling tummies leading the way, we headed out in the torrential rain for some food at Jhankar Choti again, this time heeding the warnings of ‘sweet’ curries, and sticking to something a little more ...
... next to a temple (of course) and this one
was a humdinger. Although it made a huge impact on us, especially Cathy, we did
not stop too long and there are, as a result, no photos.
The reason for this, I will now reveal…..When visiting
temples we always have to remove our shoes which is normally no problem. We
always want to honour local customs and avoid causing any offence. This,
however, was the Rat temple! We queued with dozens of locals to ...
... from your hips at a great height, you're handed a pair of rather fetching gloves that make operating a camera slightly difficult and you're given a quick tutorial on how to descend a cable at speed without crashing into the dude at the other end who's there to help you unhook yourself from the line and all without falling backwards off a cliff, please. Notably, you're not given a helmet though to ...
... though. We left to hear to our hone stay in one of the small villages, when we got there our home stay wasn't quite what we thought, sleeping on the roof of the house or inside the storage shed. It did have a toilet and a shower though, both outside! The man whose house it was taught the guys how to make a hut I suppose you'd call it, they were all very pleased with themselves and celebrated with a beer while they marveled at their handy work. Much to everyone's surprise it ...
... got refunded some of our money back! Since we'd seen the majority of Jaisalmer's sites by this point we did yet more shopping, making the most of the Rajasthani leather shops before heading south again. More haggling was done, something which Chiara is now a pro at! Feeling all shopped out and a little exhausted from the bartering we retreated to a cafe to recuperate. Since it was Becca's birthday if was her choice, and with lassies being one of ...