|Sunrise in Delhi|
|At Junagarh Fort|
|Atop the Fort|
|At an attempt to get the self timer in place|
This one is prettier than Vyas Chhatris
|The armoury and weapons were too cool!|
|Life inside the fort|
|The golden city|
|I remembered this restaurant being reviewed on Highway on My Plate.
The man who runs it is a rather interesting and eccentric man.
|The Jaisalmer Fort|
|Upon reaching the dunes|
|All six of us 🙂|
|My best picture from the trip 😀|
|The sunset on my right|
|The windmills at dawn|
|Breakfast with the Polish man|
|Sunrise on my left|
|All set to head back|
The 360 degree view was exhilarating!
|After the rides with Maggu|
|The place was quiet and least intrusive|
|Having talked about it for over a week, Vidha finally bought bhaang for herself|
|Where Vidha lost her iPod|
|The bhaang had begun to take over|
|Yes, we only saw the museum|
We did see vintage cars on display too. So hot! So royal! I wished I wasn’t a maharani only in my head.
|The Ghanta Ghar at Old Jodhpur – the clock was working!|
|Mehrangarh Fort at night|
The next morning we went to the Kaylana Lake. This one was another surprise. Apparently, tourists don’t go there because it’s a little away from the main city. But it was clean and rather big. It also serves the city’s drinking water capacities. We didn’t spend much time there, but our love for water was satiated within those few moments.