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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 …
... cow ****, dog **** and the occasional smell of the open sewage that gets to you.
We end up walking back to the hotel where we have a nice lunch on the rooftop. At 3pm our driver collects us for a trip into the desert for a camel ride. Its a 30 minute drive before we reach the camels. So riding a camel is not something i was overly excited about and after 30 minutes in the saddle i have had enough. But it was hard telling the little ...
... instead. They got off lightly if you ask me.
The thing is, they'd fight from dawn until dusk then chill out and relax and play chess. With the enemy. So you could have a perfectly civilised game of chess with a dude and talk about whatever blokes talked about back then in the absence of cars and football and real ale, then the next day you could bump ...
... and your sketch and tracing your sketch with considerable pressure. Then, using paint brushes, we painted melted beeswax onto our lines on both sides of the cotton sheet before putting it through a dye wash. The final step is boiling and washing out the excess dye and wax to reveal the final design. And the collection of final designs in this group was pretty fantastic!
That night we had our final dinner with Rishi-ji at a great thali place in the city. ...
... which did some fantastic pasta and pizzas, became our safe bet, so we treated ourselves to this as the food was on the higher end of our budget , but it was worth it. The main attraction to Jaisalmer is the fort itself , which we walked round the top of and got some fantastic panoramic views, but the second attraction is a camel safari. So we had to do it, many of you might already know , but me and camels don't really mix, we went on some in morocco ...