Desert Boys Guest House
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great character but don't expect to sleep. We had the best room in the house but shared the balcony with an old boiler that needed stoking all hours of the night by a boy who didn't quite appreciate that rattling an ash pan two feet away from my head might perhaps disturb my sleep! The boiler didn't even work long enough to provide a warm shower
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... budget on this package tour means we are having to be careful, which means some of the 1bn folk here will just have to miss out on our largesse!
In the afternoon we drove further into the desert to Khuri village where we went on a camel ‘safari’, essentially a camel ride to the dunes to watch the sunset and then back. Riding a camel is a fairly unnerving experience especially when it gets up and sits down, or, ...
... calm place, I rotate the lake. The lake is divided by the desert and by the “city”. When I go around the lake, I am glad that I heard in the last moment nevertheless still on my dear co-inhabitant in the purchase on rabies inoculation… I become sudden by game dog circle, which barks at me. Also the cows, which are in direct proximity, have to drink and observe stopped each individual step of me. With slow steps I dissociate myself from ...
... balance I think we were all ok with that as another hour on the trip would have made it a wee bit long. We piled into the jeep with hats, sun cream, water and extra layers for a possibly cool evening outside. Drove for about 20 minutes north and west out of town to Bada Bagh - a site with a large number of chhatris - what Lilu called cenotaphs - monuments to the lives of Maharajah's of Jaisalmer dating from 16th to 20th century. We had a quick look round but it was ...
... on top at sand level so the desert wind doesn’t blow it out. The air gets sucked through the length of the hole and they feed it slowly from one end to keep it hot - so efficient and simple. We had a beer and sat around the fire chatting. The camel herders didn’t eat until we had finished - there was a 9 yr old amongst them who is driving my camel (sits behind me) he worked all day and all evening with no complaints. My girls row about Megs spitting toothpaste ...
... we gave it a go. The pizzas, as it goes here were pretty decent a nice thin crispy base and generous toppings. Laura enjoyed a take on cannelloni whilst Becca tried and Israeli hotpot. The view from the restaurant terrace was beautiful looking onto the lit fort on one side and over the city on the other. The restaurant also had a turret with seating which we vacated to for a coffee and tea after the meal prior to heading back to the guest house for a less sandy nights ...