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Unnecessarily luxurious hotel so I've traded all the ones I did have booked in for hostels for a fraction of the price...I have yet to book them and out here in the desert (Jaisalmer) the wifi isn't great! Oopse!
Met 2 girls Meg from Oz and Ingrim from the US and spent a whole day with them and they let me keep my backpack in their room after …
... time frame. Fancy ever having doubted the word of Baba. We had a yummy dinner at a popular restaurant where we chatted to a lovely Brisbane couple who were Indian by heritage but who had never visited India having lived in Nairobi and Australia all their lives. They were on a pilgrimage and had struck up conversation with Trent when they commented he was eating one-handed like he had been born here.
Jaipur is famous as the capital ...
... I discovered driving the rickshaw it is extremely heavy, even without people in it. We decided to pay him for his effort and take a tuk tuk, we thought the journey might finish him off, we chose him because we thought he was elderly and could do with the money, he was quite a character.
Back to the hotel for a swim and a cold drink, tomorrow we leave, this has been an interesting journey. India has many faces, this one we like in particular.
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Lunch that day involved a curry of dried fruits and nuts and pineapple and paneer (cheese cubes). Very rich, like most Rajasthani restaurant food, and therefore delicious.
I think it was also that day that we had our only experience in a cycle-rickshaw. These are basically giant tricycles with little seats on the back that barely fit two people...which is a good thing, because the poor guy laboring away on the front ...