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Mon, 18 Jan 2010

India, 360 Degrees at a Time, Part Six

Here's the sixth part of my ongoing series.

Leaving Jodhpur we continued our journey to Jaisalmer, a sand castle of a town in the Thar desert:

Jaisalmer

In the vicinity of Jaisalmer you'll find cliche sand dunes like you'd expect from a grown-up desert:

Jaisalmer

Our next station after a long, cold and dusty train ride was Delhi. The principal mosque of Old Delhi is the Jama Masjid:

Jama Masjid

That's all for now, tomorrow I'll post the rest of my panoramas from this trip, all from Delhi.

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