Residency Centre Point Guest House
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Instead of catching a bus we decided to go to Jaisalmer in a bit of luxury and hired a car for $60 for the 4 hour drive. We drove across the Thar dessert which was flat, full of scrub trees and so incredibly dry. The cows, goats, camels, sheep and dogs were the biggest obstacles on the road and we constantly had to slow down to avoid them. Due to …
... connections, passing trains, and changing of the crews. Since the ride was a bit loud Bob was awake in time to catch a nice video of the sunrise. Take a look below. After breakfast in our sitting area we were off for some touring. Jaisalmer is considered the golden city as all of the buildings are made from gold sand. We started by visiting the fort built into the hillside. Walking through the streets was crazy, as you had to watch the ...
... once you are up there, there's not much to it ;-) So we took off through the bushland which was rather green after the monsoon time. Finally we arrived at the sanddunes and that's where it got interesting again when the camels walked downhill almost sliding down the dunes! It was pretty windy that day so we had to find a sheltered spot for our camp between the dunes. Then ...
19 hours in a plane, over a day of travel and 2 continents later I have arrived in India. I’m in india! I actually said that to myself about 10 times from the time I first smelt the warm air till I managed to get into a cab. Let the HONKING begin. (First couple things about India - honking is used for a plethora of reasons: get out of my way, I am passing, hurry up, move over, hi there, and so on, pretty amusing actually. Red lights have ...
... taken with us as they weren't included in the price but they would be happy to supply some, ok then we'll have 2 bottles each just in case. We jumped the back of a jeep and set off out of Jaisalmer. We had two guides in the front of the jeep, one Babu was a young lad who was doing all the driving and the other was the camel man who's camels we would be riding. Our first stop was Bada Bagh a memorial site for the past Jaisalmer rulers. It looked good from a distance the ...