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... was a camel cart and some guys that were part of the gypsy group I think, that saw us and came quickly with their camel and cart to where we were. Of course I took a picture of the camel and they right away jumped off the cart and with very determined gestures were demanding money of me. It kind of scared me so I went over to the store with Jerra to get our local guide and ask if he could help me. He said, no, don't give money. I then stuck close to the guide and ignored the ...
... was with the kids. Same thing...different context. :) Today we saw a marble Cenotaph, built by the queen for her husband. It is the same marble and architecture as the Taj Mahal but much smaller and built by a woman's command, not a man's. Around the large marble Cenotaph are all of the urns of the royal family over the centuries. It was there that we met a man by the name of 'Rose' in Hindi language. He spoke pretty good english and gave us a guided ...
... been fired through their ******es, and a very helpful sign was painted into the tree - “God of Sex”. After very politely asking if he could tell us about this, and promising that he will be subtle (in view of female company), he proceeded to tell us the story - long story short, this was more about fertility than about sex.
It was dark when we got to the clock tower market, which we were at the previous night. We said our goodbyes to Kuldeep who handed us ...
We arrived in Jodphur last night, after a 6 hour bus ride from Jaisalmer. Compared to that other city, Jodhpur seems to be much less touristy. And much larger also.
Along our drive, we passed fields where several wild peacocks were scrounging in the dirt. We also passed properties that had fences around them made of pink sandstone planks.
There were also many army vehicles on the road carrying a variety of heavy artillery. ...
... to the guest house via the main bazaar. Knowing our luck we are bound to get lost a few times. It is always interesting trying to follow these maps, they never have all the streets and nothing is to scale. But by more good luck rather than good management we found ourselves at the clock tower. Now to find the guest house, we follow the map and find ourselves a little lost again but we know the general direction. Everyone is very helpful and they point us in ...