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 ...
... watched the stars burst into existence. It was also one of the most uncomfortable experiences you can imagine. The width of a camel’s body, coupled with the precarious place you take upon its back, the near waddle of its gait as it sways back and forth, and the general disdain the animal usually has for its passenger all worked against our efforts to cultivate an essence of relaxation and comfort. This was okay, though, because we were on a ...
... fort and thought wow this is what a Monday should feel like. I felt clean, fresh, and in awe of my life and surroundings! WOW WOW WOW
So our day was touring the fort and endless winding cobble stone streets, sipping on chai, eating homemade samosas and even playing some cricket with some local children.
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STAY TUNED as in two days I will be on camel back and sleeping under the stars :)
... up a bit longer before calling it quits myself. It's very cold and windy at night so we pull the heavy blankets over our heads, not minding the smell of camel as we fall asleep. No, it's nothing like the cigarettes..
January 23rd - The sun rises in the morning as it always does. After a quick breakfast and one last turn on the dunes, I get to **** Belo off one more time before arriving at the pickup site, where Kamal and our jeep awaits. I should mention ...