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My brain's gone into meltdown, it's so hot. Hot in the morning, hot in the afternoon and bloody hot at night when you're trying to sleep! And if that's not enough – the
food's hot – it's curry for breakfast, curry for dinner and guess what - yes curry for tea! So I'm sweating from the heat, and it …
... but I think I maybe donated a dollar in total. I was really impressed with the carvings and how intricate it all was. At 3 we met to head to a deserted town in the near by area. The story we have been told is about a beautiful girl who was the village leaders daughter. The king or prince or someone important who was old wanted to marry her, so a group of towns met and decided to disappear in the night so the wedding couldn't happen leaving no trace. The guide book says they left ...
... through my stomach. Feed me properly and I'm yours forever, or at least until someone rocks up with dessert.
The fire died and the guys made our beds up but dammit, I'm 33 years old and I won't go to bed at 9pm if I don't want to. It was left to us to get down with our desert selves and go foraging for wood to burn. Turns out Ed keeps a pretty good fire going but to be ...
... just in time to catch the beautiful sunset. Whilst Zoe and I wandered around aimlessly the guys set up camp.
With a couple of rocks placed to support the pans and some dried out branches of cactus for fuel the kitchen was in full effect. Pakoras, Chips (kind of like prawn crackers but tube-shaped and different flavour), Mixed Veg Curry and Rice were all cooked on the spot. I even tried my hand helping out with the Chapattis. We now had ‘Chilli ...
... row of single bunks down the other. Privacy provided by a curtain. Needless to say there isn't a lot of headroom. The air filled with a musty odour much like the one that meets your sense as you peruse a Salvation Army shop. The thin mattress is covered in plastic making it difficult to retain your sleeping position as the bus weaves through the traffic. It reminded me of when my sister and I would play "corners" in the back of the car, only this time while ...