Hotel Rang Mahal
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... said to not go near it as they wont tell you that it's the "special" kind. Later, when we were atop the Fort talking, I asked if he tried it and with his guide face on said, "no". I then asked again, "have you tried it?" He said, " ya ok once when I was a teenager, I came home and my mother knew, so she slapped me and I laughed when she did, she locked me in my room and I laid in bed for two days and I just could not stop laughing" Man oh man three days ...
... wooden doors some five feet high gave access to the marble floored bathroom with a shower one end and a western style toilet at the other. Intricately carved horses guarded this entrance while opposite it, in the bathroom, another pair of doors gave access to a balcony overlooking the atrium and reception lobby. These doors were kept firmly closed throughout our stay. Around the walls, even in the bathroom, were set niches, blackened with soot where once oil lamps ...
... be sleeping for the night.
The camp sight had about a dozen or more large swiss tents, each housing a double bed on a cot with pillows and sheets, some basic lighting and carpet on floor. There was an attached restroom at the back of each tent with a commode and a sink with leaky plumbing and many insects. Not a great comfortable place, but one we could somehow manage in. In the middle of all the tents there was an amphitheatre of sorts with a lone neem tree standing at the ...
... and it's all by bus and train. We had a further 650 after that to our most southerly point just 10 degrees north of the equator. Eeek. We tried for 3 hours to decipher the train system and work out how to get to get from Jaisalmer to Mumbai, Mumbai to Goa and then onwards to Kerala. This proved fruitless. A 5 minute conversation with Mr. Sunny solved our predicement. Sunny seemed to enjoy having us there. He booked our trains and buses free of charge, he chatted with us ...
Mission - Get Unlost
My mission today - make my way to the desert sand dunes on a local bus. The destination? Khuri village. A classic cannot-read-instructions traveller like I am, I lost my way finding the local bus station on foot and wasted a 50 Rs on autorickshaw to correct my situation. I had gone the opposite direction even when armed with the latest edition of Lonely Planet book.
The buses were scheduled to leave hourly but I had ...