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 …
... the temples, the carvings and the beauty of the place. Dom and I nearly were attacked by an angry cow who had just lost her calf. The poor thing was so upset she was attempting to head-butt anyone who came in to her path. Luckily, we are both swift on our feet and were able to escape her path of terror.
That night, we had dinner at a beautiful restaurant where we were serenaded by a group of children playing various instruments. We were sad to leave the beautiful Golden City of ...
... went for a chocolate flavoured medium one because I don't generally consume weed and I was pretty sure this would hit me like a ******* brick. A really, really large brick. Probably a brick which happens to still be attached to the rest of the house. You can buy cookies here too if you like, or just bags of weed which, by the shop guy's own admission, isn't very ...
... 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 ...
... heading back into the dessert on a camel cart where we would spend a night under the star. This was a great experience as we let the camels rest and had our 2 guides set up our beds. We were on a large double camp bed with plenty of bedding (in case it gets cold as it does in the night) and had a lovely sky above us full of stars. It took us a while to eventually go to sleep but it was amazing to see just how much natural light there was from just the moon and the stars. ...