Sagar Guest House
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... soon to be named Colin the camel (for Gem) and Calvin camel for me. Calvin camel seemed a little lively for my liking. I had intended to wear my Indiana Jones hat on the camel but Babu had other ideas and wrapped a red turban round my head instead. Then it was time to get on the camels - Colin was fine with Gem on him and rose to his feet without any problem - Calvin wasn't quite so docile and well behaved, he didn't really want to get to his feet with me on his back and the ...
... it was very nice so we decided to book a 3day, 2 night camel safari for about 2,250Rs each!
... or was just being a jerk and scared them:)
We left Ranthambhore and continued to Jaipur. Here we got to see some really old astrological clocks, the city palace and the Amer Fort. Coolest part of the Amer Fort was probably the elephant that we got to ride up there:)
After a quick visit to Jaipur (all visits have been quick I guess haha) we continued to Pushkar. Here we got to enjoy the Brahma temple, Pushkar lake and the enormous camel market going ...
... tour the lower cast areas handing out sweets and pens to the poor, more 'oh my gods'. Then comes the tour of the local silver smith, cloth weaver, camel leather merchants. We are tempted to say 'blah blah blah, but the shops are local industries and crafts and we have had a good time. Streets are full of bulls, and cows. They scavenge and end up eating lots of plastic which sends them mad. Thought we were in Pamplona, had to jump out the way on ...
... Papu, and he was a lovely camel, nice and docile, and didn't spend his time bothering the other camels! So Papu and I headed out across the Thar desert to our evening camp. The Thar desert surrounds Jaisalmer and runs across the West of Rajasthan. According to legend, the desert was created when Rama (one of the incarnations of the god Vishnu) had to rescue his wife Sita from the demon Ravana ...