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... pointed out once, I think a lot of what looks like ***** is the remains of offerings. Food, flowers, trays that used to hold floating candles, rice. Whatever people think the deities will appreciate gets strewn around holy areas and ends up accumulating in the gutter and any body of water nearby. Who knew religion could be a tetanus risk?
... but it does feel like you need to tell them every little detail about yourself . Anyway I'm rambling a little here but yes we managed to get a ticket for two of us on the sleeper train. The Map of Jaipur is extremely deceiving , we'll walk just down there we said it will maybe be a nice twenty minute walk , which turned into hour and a half, that doesn't seem like a long time but in heat of 37, its hell. We walked to the big main bazaar , which was full of shops ...
... with your neighbour and to cheer at the stars. Since the movie was three hours long, we left at the intermission. The movie was in Hindi with no subtitles. Raghu told us the overall plot line before we went in but we still had to guess a lot about what was really happening. Over dinner at a rooftop restaurant, Raghu filled us in on the missing parts of the plot.
The tuk-tuks took us back to the hotel after another interesting ...
... them of us! The people here are beautiful, their eyes tell stories, however hair choices are a bit strange we've seen bad bleach jobs, as well as shades of orange and purple! On men this is, oh and pokka dot goats! We got back at 2 and decided to do for a massage, after a quick stop at the local bakery, we were their treat! So many questions, they ask us where we are from all the time, miriam said europe and the reply was "ooh beautiful country!" Anyhoo, we were dropped to ...
... spent a while sat on the bank chatting to locals kids and smiling to the lady who was selling bread to feed the fish - unfortunately conversation was not an option so smiles had to suffice.
Once dark I jumped back on the bus and to my hostel.
A quick eat and a couple of beers with a few other travellers before bed.
A whistle stop tour but saw what I wanted to and was now ready to hit one of the largest Camel and Livestock fairs in the world - Pushkar!