Desert Moon Guesthouse
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... dared me to touch it. I went to over to him and taked him. Dad gave him an apple.
Then dad told us about this place that he had read about in the guide book that would be quick and easy for lunch. The place we went to was somebody'shouse. We were there 2 1/2 hours! so much for eating a quick and easy lunch! The food was really nice though.
On the way back we visited 'Light of the East' ...
... the utility of a head torch and even complaining about receiving this as a christmas present. It turns out that not only can I go for a poo in the middle of remotest Africa, I can also read my book during a power cut.
Camels and sleeping beneath the stars:
Around lunchtime we headed off on our camel safari with the appropriately named Trotters independent tours. We began with a crushed jeep ride to get us out to real desert land stopping by ...
... was one of the largest bodies of water that we had seen during our time in India. It was even more impressive when we remembered that we had been on a camel ride the night before and lakes really aren’t something you are supposed to see out in the desert. The maharaja had this manmade lake built in order to supply the town with its drinking water and as an added bonus there were temples constructed here as well as beautiful platforms where he could sit and ...
... the side bunks every time someone walked past they tended to slide the curtain open which made for a fitful night for the lower bunks. Our French neighbours alarm went off at 4.15 and ours just followed at 4.30, so just taking this brief gap to finish this bit. We decanted safely from the train and as instructed by the hotel made our way to the Refresh Cafe to meet our driver. Oops - no sign!! We hung around for a few minutes but ...
... out of the way basically. There are no road lines and few traffic lights and if there are any they’re ignored anyway. Rob was in the front of the car all the way there and he said that eventually he just couldn’t look any more - overtaking on blind bends and corners ALL the time, driving on the opposite side of the road regularly, overtaking on double lines, bypassing lights, overtaking on hills. It’s terrifying. Not to mention traffic obstacles namely ...