The rats?????? Yes sir the rats! The legend is something like this: Karni Mata asked the God of the death to revive the son of a storyteller. the God refused and Karni Mata was not very happy about it. So what he did was that he reincarnated every single storyteller there was dead into a rat, so the Death wouldn’t have any to tell him stories. Now the sometimes very very difficult to understand Hindis have a temple where millions of rats run freely around it. They drink milk ffrom big bowls and people bring them offerings of rice ad coconut. We went to see this, for that we had to travel the whole night, but this time in a very comfortable sleeper bus, and we stayed there for the day. Brilliant.
Then afterwards we went to Delhi.
Edu was the first to left the group. He headed to the north to see the golden temple in Amristar. Bien por ti mi amigo! The girls and I traveled the whole night, also in sleeper bus, but this time a bit nightmare one (cold, windy, jumping with all the bumps in the road), and we stayed in Delhi for the day. Then they left to the very south of India, Chenai, where they surely are enjoying the sun…
As for me, I stayed in Delhi for 2 days more , but I have nothing exiting to tell you, sorry.
What I do have to tell you is this:
1) I’m in Bangkok!!!!!!!! hahahahahahahahaha!!!!!! and tonight I’m taking the bus to Sura Thani and from there the ferry to Ko Pang Nang, where there’s the full moon party tomorrow!! AUA!!!
2)Aoife, my girlfriend, book flights to Buenos Aires for the beginning of June!!! that means we’ll meet and we’ll finish the trip together
All very happy news for me, I’m very happy
I wish I could show you some of the pictures from the rats, but this computer is driving me insane, and it’s time to go to the bus station as well, so let’s just leave them for later!
All my love to all of you
Tags: Bangkok, Delhi, India, Thailand, Travel