Shiv Niwas Palace
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... great chat about his family and mine, different laws between the two countries, and changing attitudes on marijuana and gay rights and such. Yay a good conversation! Warming the body of this paragraph is a rant: .... Which I wrote and deleted, felt good to purge it, but not great to read it. So having said all that, I am thankful for Naveens presence in the group and as our leader. To be honest I just prefer men's company in General. One curious thing we discussed ...
... is inevitably filtered through our local guides. One or two view it as a hopeless case, with 40% of the country illiterate and in poverty, slaves to superstition and ignorance, exploding in numbers with no effective leadership or prospect of improvement. There is certainly resentment felt by the guides who come from the higher castes against the positive discrimination now practised in the public sector in the selection of candidates ...
... reconstructed. A drummer accompanied some singers. Incense and garlands were about. There were carvings on most of the interior columns, the floor of irregular chunks of marble. A bell suddendly clanged, leading to a bit of a frenzied atmosphere inside. Richard is no longer an Indian temple virgin, describing same as ...
... and was so cute we have to go back for more. Martin met us here and took us to see his friends hotel nearby to have a drink and enjoy the views. His friend is currently renovating the property from what started as a dump into a luxury hotel with a pool and to die for views of the lake. A little out of our price range for now but maybe not in the future. From here we went back across the lake to the city palace museum. Martin had seen it last year and told us we had to do ...
... and chapatti. After a little while sitting around the campfire and enjoying a little singing the camel drivers made us up beds under the stars.
It was a cold night’s sleep (we had been told it wouldn’t be that cold, but in the middle of the night I was cold and wishing I had brought with me the warm gear that was sitting in the hotel room) and in the morning we woke a little stiff. After a quick breakfast we jumped back on the camels to ...