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... our new leather bags and water carriers. The only secure solution was to split, so we entered in pairs. The temples were very different from the Mughal architecture that we had seen in Jaipur and Jodhpur. All carved by hand out of a brown sandstone, hundreds of curvaceous women, snakes and lusty men decorated the arches and columns of the low ceilings... Around the central carving, the 24 religious figures stared from a cell like room which extended around ...
... best part. We then took cycle rickshaws to the largest Sikh in Delhi. We were all told to take off our shoes and were outfitted with head scarfs before entering into this place of prayer. After soaking in this new place of prayer we left to wander the streets and try some local stuffed breads for lunch. After filling our bellies with more spicy food (going to take some getting used to for this sissy, but trying!) we took the metro to Connaught Place. Which is a ...
... to Jaisalmer where we picked up our guide. He showed us a man made lake which collected monsoon water, where the Maharaja tried to keep cool in the summer - to our mind 50C deg seems unimaginable - and which was used for drinking water until recently. Then we went to the fort which was built high up on the top of a sandy hill, a range of fortifications built in the most martial and defensive style but now threatened by the effects of the receding water table making ...
... then decided to abandon their homes rather than incur the wrath of the Raj. How weird!! Then it was on to the start of the safari. One camel each for a group of 4, a nice size group. We were lucky enough to have the company of a newly married Indian couple who both spoke exceptional English. He was from Varanasi and had been working in Germany doing medical research and is a Hindu. She was from New Delhi and works as a travel agent and is a Christian. Mixed marriages are ...
8pm, Nov 25, Jaisalmer. Another lesson learned: a hotels quality is proportional to the amount they charge for wifi. However, the quality of wifi is inversely proportional. The first hotel was 3-stars, free wifi, no questions asked. Then at the next, 5- star hotel, 500 rupees for 12 hours, ****** stuttering and login problems. Next, 4-star hotel, 550 rupees for 24 hours, very good ...