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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... the government or their own families. The old guy serving us must of been pretty deaf as he was shouting all the time which made negotiations difficult but we finally managed to get a more softer spoken young lad to help. Within 10 minutes we had completely covered the shop floor with wall hangings and duvets as we struggled to find the right colours and styles for folks back home. There were some very jazzy sheets with mirrors and ...
... horizon. Very beautiful but so quick compared to the slow sunsets further from the Equator ( not that we're that close here). Back to the camp area where a chap arrived with a bag of cold beers - most welcome - and Lilu and Samir were cooking dinner. A small selection of curries, rice and chapati. Just enough. Very peaceful sitting round the camp fire. We were joined by an older guy in his turban who sat and smoked beedis. Watched the night darken and stars come out - ...
... of Bombay saw the decline of Jaisalmer. Upon arrival we experience this amazing city on a half day tour. Visiting Gadi Sagar we see how this man-made lake was the only source of water for Jaisalmer. The calm waters of this rainwater make with screen surroundings groups of small temples and acquaint Museum nearby is known more for its rich folklore tales than its beauty. We then continue on to the beautiful sandstone mansion of the ...
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