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... last night - the same as they said they would give us an early call which never happened. Always rely on yourself and no-one else when it comes to travelling - although there are exceptions...
The one sweet thing they did for us was supply us with a take away breakfast for the train journey - a cheese sarnie, crisps, boiled eggs, banana, and a carton of orange juice.
We got to the station with about 10 minutes to spare. I put my bag on my back and Gem decided ...
... the sand-dune safari (aka dune-bashing) instead. Having done this before in Doha I knew what to expect! It was good fun despite getting sand everywhere, and left us completely exhausted.
Back at the hotel I had a good catch-up with my mum and dad over Skype which was lovely as I have felt pretty homesick today! But knowing Rhona will be here in 3 days is a huge comfort. Can't wait to see a familiar face and get our safari on!
... sand dunes and watched the sunset, which was really beautiful. It was quite windy though so sand did get pretty much everywhere!
... southwest of town to the village of Khuri, where we mounted camels and journeyed into the sand dunes to the south. There we watched the sun set, as Olivia and Elias surfed and leaped among the dunes, accompanied by our ten year old guide. Returning to the village in the deepening twilight, we were greeted by local musicians and dancers, who performed a number of traditional Rajasthani pieces as we enjoyed dinner. When dinner was over, our hosts ...
... Unfortunately they had no interest of including us in the movie so we went and checked out the next best thing, zip lining. This was a super cool experience, we got an amazing view of the Fort and the "blue" city from 50 meters upin the air!
Now we're in the car (again) on our way to Jaisalmer and tomorrow afternoon we're getting on a camel to spend the night in the desert..:)
Takeaway so far is probably that you can't be in a hurry in India. There can ...