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We were driving around in Jodhpur for 20 minutes and still couldn’t find it. How the hell do you hide a freaking enormous fort that’s built on a hill above the city?! Well, somehow it’s possible. We found it driving from the north (but we should have arrived from east – yup, we made almost a whole circle around without seeing it :)).
New people! No … new friends!
At the hotel restaurant we met Andrew (Canada), who after graduating from college and working a few years quit his job and decided to embark on a ‘pretty much all Asia’ adventure. “I think that is certainly a different way to experience it – not worrying about the things that would be waiting for you at home.” he said. He was accompanied with Hsiao Wei and Ya Chuang, two Taiwanese girls. They met a few days ago and decided to stick together for the whole Rajasthan trip.
As for Ya Chuang (whose name is pronounced as ‘Ja čujem’ in Serbian) I can only say she was more talkative on the phone than in person. )
All together they were super nice so we decided to merge our plans for a while: go to Jaisalmer and take the desert safari together.
“Tilen, tomorrow at first light of dawn, we ride west.”
Posted in People, Sightseeing by Uroš Orešič with 1 comment.