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Nomadic year | Expedition across 4 continents Just close your eyes, put the hoodie on your head, take the blue pill and imagine that you are in a 5 star hotel. It seemed like the only choice, sure we could have complained of our misfortunate, but in reality that rarely gets you anything. Lets face it, we are going to be on this bus for the whole night, driving from Udaipur to Jaisalmer. Traveling with our own car we rarely got to experience the local transports of various countries, so i might be completely off in stating that so far India is the only country where i have seen sleeper buses. Its pretty much what you are imagining, a bus with little compartments for a single or double beds, you even get a curtain for privacy. We got on the bus when it was dark which was probably for the best, we did have a chance to take a look around the "well-used" interior. We laid down and tried to move as little as possible, but the lack of suspension with the fervor of our F1 driver made that an impossible task as we quiet often would be thrown a couple of inches up in the air while being smushed against the window as the bus cornered at impossible speeds. This would explain why our rabbit cages of a bed had a little sliding door which made the whole bus look like a cosmetics testing facility, they were there so we would be safely bouncing around without falling into the aisle. The overnight travel in a bus seems like a great idea but in reality i would take a train any day of the week, they are just comfier. Backpacks on, eyes pried open with sheer will power, we are ambushed by a group of eager tuk-tuk drivers. This is something that I never quite got under control, even after a year of traveling or all this time in India. Whenever you get off from a bus, train or any long-haul transport, you are immediately surrounded by taxi and tuk-tuk drivers fighting for your attention. Shouts of "where you going, sir?" are coming in from so many directions that I get overwhelmed. Let me get my bag first and then i will talk to you. I'm still working on getting this worked out...issues man, who doesn't have them, right? Luckily for everyone, our hostel was close enough and we were too tired to argue too much so the 3rd or 4th driver made an offer that we just didn't have the stamina to refuse. Quick shower, breakfast...even a short nap while Hyein takes her shower and we are off to explore. Jaisalmer (GPS: 26.913, 70.915) If you have never heard of this place, dont feel bad we never heard of it until we started planning our India trip. A small city in the far West of India, almost on the border with Pakistan, Jaisalmer is a great destination for a day or two. You may argue with us, but we felt like we saw everything we needed to see if two full days. The main attraction here is the Jaisalmer Fort, built in 1156 AD by a guy named Rawal Jaisal. As you can probably already guess the town was named after him. Our hostel was not in the fort itself, but about a 10 minute walk. I'm sure you could find a nice hostel in the fort itself, but there really isn't any advantage. You end up wandering all over the city either way, so the 10 minute difference will not even be noticed. Located on a prominent hill, the fort seems to rise up and out of the desert. As you enter the main gate and make your way up the winding road you really get a feel for the medieval times, the ancient cities of Middle East. Something that is straight out of a history book. Unlike many of the forts found throughout Europe, Jaisalmer is a living city with about a quarter of the town's population still residing within its walls. This really does make an amazing difference, as you get to see people living their normal lives in the narrow streets. Throughout the fort you can find a little view point to really appreciate the view of the city and Thar desert beyond it. We sat for a moment to take in the view, you are at the same time in the middle of the hustle and bustle of India but peacefully siting above it all. Down below are thousands of people running around, delivering food, getting supplies, standing in mile-long queues for ATMs. Its been already a week and we are still struggling, unable to just let go and buy whatever we want. You know the cash strapped situation would seem like a great money saving opportunity, in reality you end up going to places that accept credit cards, which tend to be more expensive. Plus you've already invested all this time and money to get to India, so it sucks not to be able to enjoy it to the fullest. But we never give up...at least not for long. Yeah, there are times when the burdens of travels get us down, but we just have to remember that there is always a way, always a solution. Get some rest and it will resolve itself in the morning. Whenever I get worked up about our misfortunes or just general state of hopelessness I turn to my dear wife and ask her to tell me that everything is going to be okay. My favorite response from her is a quote from the Indian movie "Three idiots" - "All is well, all is well" spoken with the thickest accent possible. If you haven't seen the movie and this just flew over your head, find the time to watch it. I hear that you can just download movies from the internet...crazy right? You can see the street just below the city walls. We walked around the fort, through the little streets that at some point were no wider than arms reach from each other, taking in the feel of the old city. Jaisalmer has been an important town on the Silk Route, a stronghold that protected travelers and merchants. Each house has a history of many generations, each little walkway has felt the soles of thousands of people over many centuries. This doesn't even seem like a city it has such a community feel to it. With people living in such close quarters, you can't help but be involved in your neighbors affairs. You know the images of kids running on the streets playing games, while their mothers, sister watch over them? This is still here, old men sitting on their door stoop smoking and chatting, random cow walking along, a lady carrying something on her head...all is still here, just come and visit before this is all gone. Most of the houses within the fort are in great condition, with fancy architecture and detailed facades. But once in a while you happen upon a recently renovated temple with unparalleled craftsmanship. This is our new favorite dessert in the world, Rasmalai. Its a sponge cake soaked in sweetened milk with a few pistachios, served cold in bowl with lots of milk. In the noon heat of the Great Indian Desert, this delicacy will be a the perfect way to treat yourself for something light, sweet and refreshing. If done right, the milk only has a bit of rose water added, the sponge just melts on your tongue and the pistachios add a bit of flavor but more importantly a nice contrast to the melting texture of the cake. In our quest to find the best rasmalai in India we ordered it everywhere we saw it and i believe that in a short time we have become true connoisseurs. Havelis: Nathmal-ki-Haveli (GPS: 26.915774, 70.912595) and Group of five Havelis (GPS: 26.91625, 70.914738) Back in the lower town we walked through the streets hiding from the sun in the shade of the buildings, killing time by aimlessly walking from one street to the next. For whatever reason, lets blame it on our cash strapped situation, we did not get a sim card for internet. Wifi is not the easiest option in India and going back to the hostel...well, we just didn't feel like. With the help of our trusty Maps.me application we managed to find a few interesting mansions scattered around town. Locally they are known as Haveli, which basically means mansion. Traveling in Northern India you will come across many hotels and hostels with the word Haveli in its name...dont trust them just on the name alone. In Jaisalmer, there is a single Haveli by itself, the Nathmal-Ki Haveli, and a 5 minute walk away is a whole complex of five gorgeous havelis. Supposedly we had to pay to go in the little street between them, but being short of cash we didn't even bother asking and went right through. Looking around at the intricate details of the houses you can lose yourself in chasing the patterns, as you try to find every little detail. You cant help but wonder if they have been restored, because they seem to be weathered but still in perfect shape. The dry desert air keeps a watch on these masterpieces and is kind to them through the centuries. In the little courtyard between the Havelis we came across a most extraordinary man. Its not just his clothes and majestic beard or the fact that he sells peacock feathers to tourists...no there is something greater in him. We sat down and just talked, he talked of his life and people coming to visit him from all over the world. He told as that he was photographed by some German photographer and ended up being on a cover of a magazine. In the years since, thousands of people have come to visit him and say hello. It seems that time has been kind to him and he hasn't changed a bit...or he has always looked like an old man, one or the other. For a local super-celebrity he was quite friendly and instead of pestering us to buys something, he turned around and gave a peacock feather as a token of our new friendship. The lady selling trinkets right next to us was amazed but definitely not amused. She half-exhaled, half-yelled under her breath that he NEVER gives his treasures away. Either we are lucky or cursed till the end of times. Continuing with our aimless walk around time, not actually aimless, we are constantly on the look our for a bank or a working ATM...but the results so far have been quite disappointing. Next to another closed ATM we met a German couple that advised us on a little trick, a loophole, in the Indian law. You see, to protect women from harassment in male dominated public spaces, ladies get to have their own space and do not have to wait in lines anywhere. Armed with a new tactic we marched back to the busy city market Armed with a new tactic we marched back to the busy city market, to find the State Bank ATM with half the city lined up in line to use it. And as you can guess it...all dudes, just like Computer Science department in your college... the same nationality too. I waited at a distance and Hyein bravely tried to walk to the front of the line, only to be denied in the most absurd way - according to these fine gentlemen the law doesn't apply to foreign women, just locals. Hyein persisted, but the heat of the afternoon had evaporated any reason from the line of fathers, sons and husbands. She got out of there before things turned for the worst. Where is the police when you need them. One minute they seem to be on every corner in their skin tight uniforms and next nowhere to be seen. Ganesh and Shiva are on our side as we spot and officer on a bike that looks quite promising. We tell him the story and he agrees to help. I stay back to lessen the chance of a full on riot, as Hyein goes with a police escort towards the line. I sit on a curb, looking around at the passing scene but the sense of unease brings me back to my watch as I unconsciously count the minutes and seconds required to perform all the necessary actions to get in and out of there. It must have been an eternity, when you see me and see my graying hair remember this moment. She comes back with a smile of a Roman conqueror, a Mongolian Emperor, a pre-historic hunter who has killed the prey and dragging it into the cave. But the fight was not an easy one at the peak there were 3 police officers: one to keep the crowd down, one to push help her push through the crowd and the other to watch her back while she takes money out. In the end she had battled and won, her prize - $30, not much to you...but you had to be there. This is not the last chapter in our banking saga, just another verse in a Shakespeare play. Sunset viewpoint and City Vista (GPS: 26.91979, 7.910994) If you are in town on a clear day, which is not that difficult considering that Jaisalmer is in a desert, then head out to the view point to catch the glimpse of the fort in the light of the setting sun. It is a beautiful view, and you can clearly see the fort rising and standing high of the desert floor. In its time a fortress to be reckoned with, now a beautiful sight and testament to the history of the Silk Route and the people who lived along it. Thar dessert with Sahara Travels (GPS: 26.898155, 70.554751) I dont want to hear your condescending tone...we are riding camels again and that's final! Previously, after embarking on the most painful 15 minutes in my life in Mongolia, i proclaimed that never again will i waste my time, my money and possibility of ever having children by riding these dinosaurs. Yet, here we are again, being led through the desert in a camel caravan. It was packaged tour, a bit of horse riding, a bit of driving through the desert in a 4x4 and then enjoy the sunset, followed by a meal by a campfire. And the price was not bad and the people who have gone said it was quite a good day out, so we agreed. And it was not that bad. The saddles were much nicer, but i still miss the comfort and independence of a stirrups. We walked for about 2 hours through the desert, as our guide cracked jokes and gently led the creates along the path they have seen a million times before. In the excitement of the ride, I managed to somehow lose our GoPro. The selfie stick was just hanging from my belt and the rocking motion the ride must have loosened the screw holding the camera on. Imagine my excitement when i picked up the selfie stick to shoot a video only to find nothing there. Luckily, we stopped for a little break and I ran back along the camel tracks hoping to find it. After about 100 meters my muscles burning and my lungs on fire, I slowed down to a walk and tried to figure out at which point will i call it quits. Just another little bit...can lead you all the way back to Mumbai if you are not careful. Once again the gods have been on our side and i spotted a bit of plastic in the dust, dirty but undamaged it laid there among camel poop and sand. You knew there was a happy ending to that story, otherwise how could we have those photos on the camel? Everyone in our group ran off into the dunes to play and yell, like little kids. It was a beautiful sight but the traveler's disappointment of seeing something grander and comparing it left us in peace to enjoy the last few rays of light. While we were hard at work acting smug about how much of the world we have and have not seen, these guys were busy mixing chickpeas with sand to make our dinner. The dinner was served by the campfire, i presume only so that we couldn't see ratio of sand in our dishes. But i can still feel it grinding on my teeth. To take our minds of the food, the guides sat down next to use and with a help of a bucket and what mother gave them they proceed to wail some local song... Its hard to say what i would like to repeat in the future the dinner or the entertainment. Overall, i would give this a 4.75 out of 5 for a touristy experience. The guides were super nice and never made you feel like a walking, talking money bag. They did their job, took care of you and were genuine in sharing the beauty of the desert. I only deduct a quarter of the star for authenticity...lets be honest, no one is perfect. Bada Bagh Ruins (GPS: 26.95538, 70.887592) If you have misjudged your life and have some extra time in Jaisalmer, then grab a tuk-tuk, negotiate a set price and head over to the Bada Bagh Ruins. According to the the short wiki article in the world (Bada Bagh wiki) the descendant of the the founder of Jaisalmer, thought it would be a great idea to dam up a river and make a little lush garden in this area. The dam and the water with it are gone and all that remains are these cenopaths (think...tombs) are that remains here. Oh and birds...lots of birds. For an architecture student or fanatic there are probably hours, nay DAYS, worth of fun to be had here. But for our ignorant eyes all is equally consumed within minutes, I blame the heat. Somehow it seems to make everything except a chair in the shade a cold drink, seem exceptionally boring. Hyein's spoils of war - the new 2000 ruppee note. As part of the demonitization policy all the old 1000 and 500 ruppee bill were taken out of the circulation and this would be the highest currency. Gadii Sagar Lake and Tilon-ki-Pol (GPS: 26.909257, 70.921586) Man-made and filled by rain fall this lake is a beautiful oasis in the bone dry Thar desert. I swear we didn't do it on purpose, but it seems like sunset is the perfect time to come by and take a leisure ride on the lake. Come to think of it, everything in this climate is perfect at sunset as you say good-bye to the one thing that has kept you in the shadows. Tonight we board a train, a not a bus thank god, for Jaipur - the capital of this magnificent state of Rajasthan.
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Sleep Better America | Let me help you get a good night's sleep In the United States, insomnia is one of the most common health issues. It is estimated that a third of Americans suffer from sleep problems, with half experiencing sleeplessness at least once or twice a week. While that is already bad enough, the other half experience sleepless nights much more often, creating a serious issue. The first step to a good night's sleep is a good mattress. I recommend Tuft & Needle. I've also got a Tuft & Needle coupon code page which I'll keep updating. Another great mattress is the Loom and Leaf mattress. It can get a bit expensive so I've got a coupons page for Loom and Leaf. This article explains why sleep is important, and what you need to know about the way sleep affects us and the way we feel. If you think sleeplessness is causing issues with your sleep pattern or even resulting in health issues, keep reading to better understand the reason sleep is needed, and how you can begin to get enough sleep again. Two of my most popular pages are Tuft & Needle vs Casper and Casper vs Leesa. Five Stages of Sleep Sleep helps the body as well as the mind repair itself and get ready for the following day. Lacking sleep does not just leave the body feeling tired, it can lead to irritability and become a danger to yourself and others as it deteriorates your quality of life. Sleep happens in five stages, and it is common to go between stages through the night. The first stage of sleep is light sleep, this allows the body to relax and begin breathing slower. When first going to bed this stage can be easy to drift in and out of, and it's very common. The second stage of sleep is where the brain waves slow and eye movement stops. Then, the third stage consists of slow delta brain waves, and has the occasional fast wave. Stage four is nearly all delta brain waves. These later stages do not have eye or body movement, and can be hard to wake a person from these stages. It can also be disorientating experience for the person, so it is only recommended in emergencies. It is within these deeper stages of sleep that the body I able to repair itself and handle important physiological processes. But, the fifth stage tends to target the mind more than anything else. This stage is known as REM, or rapid eye movement stage. REM sleep is very different than the other four stages, this is due to the fact breathing gets even more shallow and irregular, the blood pressure and heart rate increases, and it is where the majority of dreams happen. There has been researched conducted that indicate that dreaming helps to improve the mental health of a person. It would seem that dreams are the minds way of processing the events that happened the day before. A lack of REM sleep can lead to various health problems, including anxiety disorders, depression, among other serious mental illness. If your goal is to feel better the next day and be at your best, getting the REM sleep your body needs is very important. The REM stage of sleep tends to happen at the end of a regular sleep cycle, meaning if the body only gets a few hours of sleep a night, it may be missing the most important stage of sleep. Before I go on to the next stage, there are a few products you should consider to help you sleep more effectively. For instance tea has been used to help relax people before they go to sleep. I've tested many different teas for sleep and this is the best tea for sleep. If you have trouble with background noise and are easily woken up by noises you should try a white noise machine to cancel out any startling noises you might have in your environment. There are lots of options on the market but this is what I recommend as the best white noise machine to help you sleep. If you hate white noise and it basically drives you crazy and you're looking for an alternative you should try some earplugs for sleeping as they have worked for many others. Lack of Sleep Leads to Negative Effects The following are reasons that getting in the habit of a good sleep pattern is important to help you avoid various health issues. You may have a reason to turn that TV off early, and get more sleep each night so you don't suffer from one of the many sleep issues in America. Lack of Sleep slows the mind Sleep is so important to the body and mental health that a single night of insufficient sleep is able to impact the body's ability to stay alert, pay attention, and have issues concentrating and solving problems the following day. For those who do not get enough sleep at a young age, could have issues as they age and their mind develops, resulting in lower intelligence levels and mental development. Increased Accident Risks It has been shown by research that lack of sleep can lead to a person getting into more accidents and being injured more often on the job. This means a lack of sleep can affect those around you if you drive or work around others after getting insufficient sleep the night before. It is estimated by the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration that fatigued drivers cause or fact into over 100,000 vehicle accidents, with more than 1,500 deaths each year. Diabetes and Heart Disease Those that suffer from insomnia are thought to be a higher risk for getting cardiovascular disease, having a heart attack or even strokes. A recent study discovered people who experienced issues falling asleep or staying asleep that wake up feeling unrested have three times the chance of developing heart failure over an 11-year span. Diabetes is another illness linked to insufficient sleep. Gaining weight Those that only get six hours or less of sleep per night have a higher chance of weight gain because their body has a larger appetite and seems hungry more often. One study discovered those in this category have a 30% higher chance of becoming obese compared to those who get 7 to 9 hours of sleep. But, sleeping over 9 hours also seems to have a reversed affect with weight gain, making 7 to 9 hours the optimal time for rest. Lack of Sleep Causes Aging Did you know that not getting enough sleep can lead to a quicker aging process? It's a long-term affect that happens when we are running on the stress hormone, cortisol, due to being tired all the time. Higher amounts of cortisol have been shown to have negative effects on collagen proteins that work like a glue to keep skin cells grouped together. This leads to having poor skin tone, fine lines, and even wrinkles. Benefits of sleep Adding just one extra hour of sleep can make a really big difference in your life, according to experts. There are studies that show that not getting enough and getting plenty of sleep can affect your weight, health, mood and even sex life. If you are getting less than 7 hours of sleep nightly, below are some benefits that tell you why you should really get more sleep. Better Health Getting a good nights sleep won't give you disease immunity, but if you don't get enough sleep you could end up with serious health problems like diabetes, obesity, heart disease, and heart attacks. For most cases, the risks of sleep loss get serious after years. That may not be true. A recent study simulated effects of disturbed sleep patterns of shift works on 10 healthy adults. After 4 days, 3 out of 10 had high blood glucose levels that considered then pre-diabetic. Better Sex Life A recent poll stated that 26% of people state that their sex lives suck because they are just too tired. There is even evidence that shows impaired sleep in men can be due to low testosterone levels. Not getting a lot of sleep can affect is indirect ways too. If you are only 28 and passing out during a date, that is a sign that you need more sleep. Less Pain If you suffer from acute or chronic pain from a new or prior injury, then getting enough sleep can make you feel like your hurt less than normal. There are a lot of studies that have shown that there is a link between having a low pain tolerance and not getting enough sleep. Unfortunately, being in pain makes it hard to sleep.Researchers have found that getting enough sleep is a good supplement for pain relief. If the pain is keeping you up, there are medications that are pain relievers with a sleep aid. Better Mood Getting plenty of sleep won't make you the sunshine of the day, but you may notice that when you are dog tired, you are cranky. Not getting enough sleep will actually affect emotional regulation. When you are overtired, you will snap at people, laugh uncontrollably, or even burst into tears. Better Weight Control Getting plenty of sleep can help to maintain your weight and sleep loss can make you gain weight. If you are overtired, you are less likely to go on a jog or exercise or even cook a healthy meal. Leptin is what makes you feel full and when you don't get plenty of sleep, your leptin levels will dramatically drop which results in you being hungry more. Clearer Thinking If you have had a bad night's sleep, you often wake up easily confused, fuzzy and just feel blah. Loss of sleep will affect how you think. It impairs your decision making, cognition and attention. When you are sleep deprived you are more likely to do weird things like leaving your cell phone in the freezer overnight. These are just some benefits to sleep. It can help more than just those listed. It can even boost your immunity for certain illnesses like the flu. Wrapping up Now that you've seen all the benefits you'll probably want to invest in some new gear to help you sleep. I can help you save a bunch of money by using the following coupons: Purple mattress My pillow promo code yogabed ghostbed helix mattress nest bedding Brooklyn bedding In the end, if you are experiencing sleep issues it is best to begin paying attention to it now. If you have issue sleeping one or two nights per week, try making minor changes to correct your sleep pattern, turn the TV off and lay down earlier, etc. If you are experiencing sleeplessness more than two times per week, you may want to speak to your doctor as there could be underlining causes, such as insomnia.
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ApocalypseNow Media | Where Prophecy and Geopolitics Converge! He grew in fame by firing people on the hit reality show, The Apprentice. Now many in the #NeverTrump or #DestroyTrump camp want to fire him from the White House. Love Donald J Trump or loathe him, there is no dull moment with him or his administration. Some even say that this his POTUS gig might just be his best reality TV show yet. And of course, the primarily left leaning mainstream media (MSM) keeps the drama going even when, arguably, there is no drama to be had. I refer to the whole "Russia collusion" narrative and constant push for Trump's impeachment. Trump's support base says the Russia collusion investigation was based on a fake dossier produced by Hillary Clinton's campaign and FISA warrant abuse by the FBI and DOJ leadership. This #ProTrump camp salivates at the prospect of these top Deep State actors going to jail over their botched coup attempt. The main problem with all this is that Vladimir Putin is not really playing at that level (of interfering in US elections). He knows that the best thing he and others like China, Turkey, Venezuela, etc can do to insulate themselves from the Federal Reserve cartel's imperialistic behavior is to unsubscribe from dependence or usage of the petro-dollar altogether. It is mainly those like RT, Ron Paul, and Dollar Vigilante in the #TrumpIsSameOldSameOld camp that focus on the failings of the Trump economic policies as well as this DE-DOLLARIZATION push by the BRICS nations. "THEY WILL SHOUT 'IMPEACH! IMPEACH!" Some of late Kim Clement's messages are credible evidences to many Americans (and Christians around the world) that God tells people what He will do before they happen (I.e before He does them). The most notable example of this are Kim's Trump prophecies that date as far back as 2007. And long before Donald Trump was on the US presidential map, God spoke through Kim Clement about the present-day shouts for impeachment that we are hearing constantly on the mainstream media. More crucially, God said categorically what the outcome would be - that the proposed impeachment would NOT happen. In July 2017, VFNtv did a good job of summarizing this remarkable #ProphecyInTheNews development. Here is that video: See how Kim Clement's prophecies from 2007, 2014 and 2015 played out in 2016 and 2017 US politics Of course, you can (and should) watch the full Kim Clement prophecy from February 22, 2014 in its entirety. This is how Kim Clement flowed in national and international prophecy. This is (was) vintage Kim Clement. Kim Clement declaring words of the Spirit of Life back in February 2014. These remarkable prophecies are still unfolding right before our eyes, to this day. DISSECTING THE FEBRUARY 22, 2014 KIM CLEMENT PROPHECY So here are highlights of some of the bits of the prophetic message that refers presumably to Donald Trump. Some bits seem to hit the nail on the head, while others will not seem accurate to some. "This man has a humble stature, but he is a genius" Kim Clement said in February 22, 2014. Not sure if #NeverTrump persons would agree that's true of Trump. In fact, one of the key grounds for which the #NeverTrump or #DestroyTrump camp has sought for his impeachment - aside from the whole "Russia collusion" allegations - is that Trump is crazy and mentally unsound. "This man will restore the fortunes of this land..." added Kim Clement. That remains to be seen. Perhaps it is a work in progress. Sure some of the economic numbers have looked good on paper, and there have been historic stock market gains. But some analysts in the #TrumpIsFake / #TrumpIsSameOldSameOld camp )people like Peter Schiff or Dollar Vigilante) have been saying things have NOT improved for average Americans in real terms, and that the US is now in danger of suffering a greater economic downturn than in 2007/2008. "They will shout, 'Impeach! Impeach!' they say. But nay....They will shout 'Impeach! Impeach!' But this shall not happen." This is the main prophecy I want to highlight here. Surely, even #NeverTrumpers will have to wonder at this. How in the world would Kim Clement know back in February 2014 that the next administration after Obama would be facing cries of impeachment? But this is exactly what is happening before our very eyes, and I am sure that die hard #ProTrump followers and voters (would) love the fact that that in the same prophecy, Kim said the impeachment will not happen. RUSSIA COLLUSION PROBE: IS THE TABLE TURNING IN FAVOR OF PRESIDENT TRUMP? As Robert Mueller finally submitted his report following his expensive, two-year investigation - one should stress, without hard evidence to impeach the POTUS - and as new Attorney General Bill Barr is instructed by Trump to declassify some documents related to the origins of the #NeverTrump Russia collusion spying/investigation on the 2016 Trump campaign, Fox News and many in the #ProTrump media are asserting that the proverbial table is turning on the Deep State authors of the push to impeach Trump. Will document declassification by AG Bill Barr lead to investigation of the investigators? This was an interesting interview of the POTUS by Fox News' Sean Hannity, who has been an unswerving ally of Trump throughout the Mueller probe. They talk about origin of the Russia collusion investigation THE BIGGER PICTURE THAT THE AMERICAN MAINSTREAM PRESS CONTINUES TO IGNORE - THAT AMERICANS CANNOT AFFORD TO IGNORE So, while the die hard #DestroyTrump camp continues to clamor for his ouster from office, the #ProTrump camp continues to rally behind their POTUS, and even clamor that the authors of the purported coup against President Donald Trump be investigated and even tried for treason. The #TrumpIsSameOldSameOld or #YrumpIsFake camp continues to warn about something that the other two camps seem to be ignoring as they duke it out over "Russia collusion" and impeachment: De-dollarization by the BRICS Plus alliance and the prospects of dollar collapse. BRICS refers to Brazil, Russia, India, and China. "BRICS Plus" includes other nations like Venezuela, Iran, Turkey and others that are following the core BRICS nations to dump the petro-dollar in favor of gold, crypt I currencies and even the relatively newer gold-backed petro-yuan. The dumping of the US dollar by these emerging economies that represent half of the world's population puts the reserve currency status of the US dollar (the "Federal Reserve note") in serious jeopardy - the loss of which for America could not only mean loss of geopolitical hegemony (global dominion) it has enjoyed since the end of World War 2, but utter demotion to Third World status as hyperinflation of a globally rejected dollar sets in. RT's Max Keiser explains why BRICS nations are dumping the petro-dollar for gold, cryptocurrencies and even the gold-backed petro-juan ________ WHAT THE FUTURE HOLDS FOR AMERICA [ACCORDING TO PROPHETS WHO HAVE BEEN RIGHT SO FAR] If you want a hint at some of things that lie ahead for America and the world, you want to at least listen to/watch/read the prophecies of persons like John Paul Jackson, Mark Taylor and others who have been tight so far about s number of things. Check for instance the stunning Future News Headlines prophecy by John Paul Jackson, which I would say seem more and more likely as Military Tribunals push that Mark Taylor has been talking about unfolds. It is knowledge and application of the truth that sets one free. Looking at some of the related prophecies above will show something of the challenges that lie ahead, but also some of the things that individuals can do to mitigate said challenges. 
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Nomadic year | Expedition across 4 continents Just close your eyes, put the hoodie on your head, take the blue pill and imagine that you are in a 5 star hotel. It seemed like the only choice, sure we could have complained of our misfortunate, but in reality that rarely gets you anything. Lets face it, we are going to be on this bus for the whole night, driving from Udaipur to Jaisalmer. Traveling with our own car we rarely got to experience the local transports of various countries, so i might be completely off in stating that so far India is the only country where i have seen sleeper buses. Its pretty much what you are imagining, a bus with little compartments for a single or double beds, you even get a curtain for privacy. We got on the bus when it was dark which was probably for the best, we did have a chance to take a look around the "well-used" interior. We laid down and tried to move as little as possible, but the lack of suspension with the fervor of our F1 driver made that an impossible task as we quiet often would be thrown a couple of inches up in the air while being smushed against the window as the bus cornered at impossible speeds. This would explain why our rabbit cages of a bed had a little sliding door which made the whole bus look like a cosmetics testing facility, they were there so we would be safely bouncing around without falling into the aisle. The overnight travel in a bus seems like a great idea but in reality i would take a train any day of the week, they are just comfier. Backpacks on, eyes pried open with sheer will power, we are ambushed by a group of eager tuk-tuk drivers. This is something that I never quite got under control, even after a year of traveling or all this time in India. Whenever you get off from a bus, train or any long-haul transport, you are immediately surrounded by taxi and tuk-tuk drivers fighting for your attention. Shouts of "where you going, sir?" are coming in from so many directions that I get overwhelmed. Let me get my bag first and then i will talk to you. I'm still working on getting this worked out...issues man, who doesn't have them, right? Luckily for everyone, our hostel was close enough and we were too tired to argue too much so the 3rd or 4th driver made an offer that we just didn't have the stamina to refuse. Quick shower, breakfast...even a short nap while Hyein takes her shower and we are off to explore. Jaisalmer (GPS: 26.913, 70.915) If you have never heard of this place, dont feel bad we never heard of it until we started planning our India trip. A small city in the far West of India, almost on the border with Pakistan, Jaisalmer is a great destination for a day or two. You may argue with us, but we felt like we saw everything we needed to see if two full days. The main attraction here is the Jaisalmer Fort, built in 1156 AD by a guy named Rawal Jaisal. As you can probably already guess the town was named after him. Our hostel was not in the fort itself, but about a 10 minute walk. I'm sure you could find a nice hostel in the fort itself, but there really isn't any advantage. You end up wandering all over the city either way, so the 10 minute difference will not even be noticed. Located on a prominent hill, the fort seems to rise up and out of the desert. As you enter the main gate and make your way up the winding road you really get a feel for the medieval times, the ancient cities of Middle East. Something that is straight out of a history book. Unlike many of the forts found throughout Europe, Jaisalmer is a living city with about a quarter of the town's population still residing within its walls. This really does make an amazing difference, as you get to see people living their normal lives in the narrow streets. Throughout the fort you can find a little view point to really appreciate the view of the city and Thar desert beyond it. We sat for a moment to take in the view, you are at the same time in the middle of the hustle and bustle of India but peacefully siting above it all. Down below are thousands of people running around, delivering food, getting supplies, standing in mile-long queues for ATMs. Its been already a week and we are still struggling, unable to just let go and buy whatever we want. You know the cash strapped situation would seem like a great money saving opportunity, in reality you end up going to places that accept credit cards, which tend to be more expensive. Plus you've already invested all this time and money to get to India, so it sucks not to be able to enjoy it to the fullest. But we never give up...at least not for long. Yeah, there are times when the burdens of travels get us down, but we just have to remember that there is always a way, always a solution. Get some rest and it will resolve itself in the morning. Whenever I get worked up about our misfortunes or just general state of hopelessness I turn to my dear wife and ask her to tell me that everything is going to be okay. My favorite response from her is a quote from the Indian movie "Three idiots" - "All is well, all is well" spoken with the thickest accent possible. If you haven't seen the movie and this just flew over your head, find the time to watch it. I hear that you can just download movies from the internet...crazy right? You can see the street just below the city walls. We walked around the fort, through the little streets that at some point were no wider than arms reach from each other, taking in the feel of the old city. Jaisalmer has been an important town on the Silk Route, a stronghold that protected travelers and merchants. Each house has a history of many generations, each little walkway has felt the soles of thousands of people over many centuries. This doesn't even seem like a city it has such a community feel to it. With people living in such close quarters, you can't help but be involved in your neighbors affairs. You know the images of kids running on the streets playing games, while their mothers, sister watch over them? This is still here, old men sitting on their door stoop smoking and chatting, random cow walking along, a lady carrying something on her head...all is still here, just come and visit before this is all gone. Most of the houses within the fort are in great condition, with fancy architecture and detailed facades. But once in a while you happen upon a recently renovated temple with unparalleled craftsmanship. This is our new favorite dessert in the world, Rasmalai. Its a sponge cake soaked in sweetened milk with a few pistachios, served cold in bowl with lots of milk. In the noon heat of the Great Indian Desert, this delicacy will be a the perfect way to treat yourself for something light, sweet and refreshing. If done right, the milk only has a bit of rose water added, the sponge just melts on your tongue and the pistachios add a bit of flavor but more importantly a nice contrast to the melting texture of the cake. In our quest to find the best rasmalai in India we ordered it everywhere we saw it and i believe that in a short time we have become true connoisseurs. Havelis: Nathmal-ki-Haveli (GPS: 26.915774, 70.912595) and Group of five Havelis (GPS: 26.91625, 70.914738) Back in the lower town we walked through the streets hiding from the sun in the shade of the buildings, killing time by aimlessly walking from one street to the next. For whatever reason, lets blame it on our cash strapped situation, we did not get a sim card for internet. Wifi is not the easiest option in India and going back to the hostel...well, we just didn't feel like. With the help of our trusty Maps.me application we managed to find a few interesting mansions scattered around town. Locally they are known as Haveli, which basically means mansion. Traveling in Northern India you will come across many hotels and hostels with the word Haveli in its name...dont trust them just on the name alone. In Jaisalmer, there is a single Haveli by itself, the Nathmal-Ki Haveli, and a 5 minute walk away is a whole complex of five gorgeous havelis. Supposedly we had to pay to go in the little street between them, but being short of cash we didn't even bother asking and went right through. Looking around at the intricate details of the houses you can lose yourself in chasing the patterns, as you try to find every little detail. You cant help but wonder if they have been restored, because they seem to be weathered but still in perfect shape. The dry desert air keeps a watch on these masterpieces and is kind to them through the centuries. In the little courtyard between the Havelis we came across a most extraordinary man. Its not just his clothes and majestic beard or the fact that he sells peacock feathers to tourists...no there is something greater in him. We sat down and just talked, he talked of his life and people coming to visit him from all over the world. He told as that he was photographed by some German photographer and ended up being on a cover of a magazine. In the years since, thousands of people have come to visit him and say hello. It seems that time has been kind to him and he hasn't changed a bit...or he has always looked like an old man, one or the other. For a local super-celebrity he was quite friendly and instead of pestering us to buys something, he turned around and gave a peacock feather as a token of our new friendship. The lady selling trinkets right next to us was amazed but definitely not amused. She half-exhaled, half-yelled under her breath that he NEVER gives his treasures away. Either we are lucky or cursed till the end of times. Continuing with our aimless walk around time, not actually aimless, we are constantly on the look our for a bank or a working ATM...but the results so far have been quite disappointing. Next to another closed ATM we met a German couple that advised us on a little trick, a loophole, in the Indian law. You see, to protect women from harassment in male dominated public spaces, ladies get to have their own space and do not have to wait in lines anywhere. Armed with a new tactic we marched back to the busy city market Armed with a new tactic we marched back to the busy city market, to find the State Bank ATM with half the city lined up in line to use it. And as you can guess it...all dudes, just like Computer Science department in your college... the same nationality too. I waited at a distance and Hyein bravely tried to walk to the front of the line, only to be denied in the most absurd way - according to these fine gentlemen the law doesn't apply to foreign women, just locals. Hyein persisted, but the heat of the afternoon had evaporated any reason from the line of fathers, sons and husbands. She got out of there before things turned for the worst. Where is the police when you need them. One minute they seem to be on every corner in their skin tight uniforms and next nowhere to be seen. Ganesh and Shiva are on our side as we spot and officer on a bike that looks quite promising. We tell him the story and he agrees to help. I stay back to lessen the chance of a full on riot, as Hyein goes with a police escort towards the line. I sit on a curb, looking around at the passing scene but the sense of unease brings me back to my watch as I unconsciously count the minutes and seconds required to perform all the necessary actions to get in and out of there. It must have been an eternity, when you see me and see my graying hair remember this moment. She comes back with a smile of a Roman conqueror, a Mongolian Emperor, a pre-historic hunter who has killed the prey and dragging it into the cave. But the fight was not an easy one at the peak there were 3 police officers: one to keep the crowd down, one to push help her push through the crowd and the other to watch her back while she takes money out. In the end she had battled and won, her prize - $30, not much to you...but you had to be there. This is not the last chapter in our banking saga, just another verse in a Shakespeare play. Sunset viewpoint and City Vista (GPS: 26.91979, 7.910994) If you are in town on a clear day, which is not that difficult considering that Jaisalmer is in a desert, then head out to the view point to catch the glimpse of the fort in the light of the setting sun. It is a beautiful view, and you can clearly see the fort rising and standing high of the desert floor. In its time a fortress to be reckoned with, now a beautiful sight and testament to the history of the Silk Route and the people who lived along it. Thar dessert with Sahara Travels (GPS: 26.898155, 70.554751) I dont want to hear your condescending tone...we are riding camels again and that's final! Previously, after embarking on the most painful 15 minutes in my life in Mongolia, i proclaimed that never again will i waste my time, my money and possibility of ever having children by riding these dinosaurs. Yet, here we are again, being led through the desert in a camel caravan. It was packaged tour, a bit of horse riding, a bit of driving through the desert in a 4x4 and then enjoy the sunset, followed by a meal by a campfire. And the price was not bad and the people who have gone said it was quite a good day out, so we agreed. And it was not that bad. The saddles were much nicer, but i still miss the comfort and independence of a stirrups. We walked for about 2 hours through the desert, as our guide cracked jokes and gently led the creates along the path they have seen a million times before. In the excitement of the ride, I managed to somehow lose our GoPro. The selfie stick was just hanging from my belt and the rocking motion the ride must have loosened the screw holding the camera on. Imagine my excitement when i picked up the selfie stick to shoot a video only to find nothing there. Luckily, we stopped for a little break and I ran back along the camel tracks hoping to find it. After about 100 meters my muscles burning and my lungs on fire, I slowed down to a walk and tried to figure out at which point will i call it quits. Just another little bit...can lead you all the way back to Mumbai if you are not careful. Once again the gods have been on our side and i spotted a bit of plastic in the dust, dirty but undamaged it laid there among camel poop and sand. You knew there was a happy ending to that story, otherwise how could we have those photos on the camel? Everyone in our group ran off into the dunes to play and yell, like little kids. It was a beautiful sight but the traveler's disappointment of seeing something grander and comparing it left us in peace to enjoy the last few rays of light. While we were hard at work acting smug about how much of the world we have and have not seen, these guys were busy mixing chickpeas with sand to make our dinner. The dinner was served by the campfire, i presume only so that we couldn't see ratio of sand in our dishes. But i can still feel it grinding on my teeth. To take our minds of the food, the guides sat down next to use and with a help of a bucket and what mother gave them they proceed to wail some local song... Its hard to say what i would like to repeat in the future the dinner or the entertainment. Overall, i would give this a 4.75 out of 5 for a touristy experience. The guides were super nice and never made you feel like a walking, talking money bag. They did their job, took care of you and were genuine in sharing the beauty of the desert. I only deduct a quarter of the star for authenticity...lets be honest, no one is perfect. Bada Bagh Ruins (GPS: 26.95538, 70.887592) If you have misjudged your life and have some extra time in Jaisalmer, then grab a tuk-tuk, negotiate a set price and head over to the Bada Bagh Ruins. According to the the short wiki article in the world (Bada Bagh wiki) the descendant of the the founder of Jaisalmer, thought it would be a great idea to dam up a river and make a little lush garden in this area. The dam and the water with it are gone and all that remains are these cenopaths (think...tombs) are that remains here. Oh and birds...lots of birds. For an architecture student or fanatic there are probably hours, nay DAYS, worth of fun to be had here. But for our ignorant eyes all is equally consumed within minutes, I blame the heat. Somehow it seems to make everything except a chair in the shade a cold drink, seem exceptionally boring. Hyein's spoils of war - the new 2000 ruppee note. As part of the demonitization policy all the old 1000 and 500 ruppee bill were taken out of the circulation and this would be the highest currency. Gadii Sagar Lake and Tilon-ki-Pol (GPS: 26.909257, 70.921586) Man-made and filled by rain fall this lake is a beautiful oasis in the bone dry Thar desert. I swear we didn't do it on purpose, but it seems like sunset is the perfect time to come by and take a leisure ride on the lake. Come to think of it, everything in this climate is perfect at sunset as you say good-bye to the one thing that has kept you in the shadows. Tonight we board a train, a not a bus thank god, for Jaipur - the capital of this magnificent state of Rajasthan.
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