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... couple. They were our age and it was nice to have a
real fluent conversation with someone. They
also weren’t trying to get money from us like pretty much everyone else here,
which was a relief.
Camel riding did not disappoint; it was pretty epic! They are some of the strangest animals… Just the way they look, the sounds ...
... goodbye to our beloved leader Nate, who, after being diagnosed with Dengue fever, had to stay behind at the Jodhpur hospital, and did not get to participate in the camel safari with us. (Nate is now fine, and fully recovered, and back with the team.)
Travel to Jaisalmer was not as comfortable as our journey from Udaipur had been. The local bus we boarded, and rode for 7 hours to Jaisalmer, had no ropes to tie our bags to the roof, and no space in the overhead ...
... first full fledged gol gappa of her life! We then settled in one small rooftop restaurant and had a quiet dinner looking out at the lit up town below and called it a day.
Next morning we decided we had to see more of the fort in daylight and ventured out after breakfast. As we walked the way leading to the fort we could find bedsheet sellers advertising their ware in many cocky ways such as “Bedsheet size- One wife OK”!! Also right outside the ...
... started to prepare a delicious meal and we helped baking rothis. Very cool to be sitting in the dunes eating rice and curry with your fingers ;-) Pretty early we went to bed in really luxurious campbeds and swags and watched the incredibly stary sky before trying to find a sleeping position that did not blow sand in our faces all the time! Breakfast was early the next ...
... of colours. This is where the celebrants throw fine coloured powder on everything that walks, whether it has two or four legs, and we got hit! The pictures are proof!
As a result of the 'No Flights Zone", we had no option but to take the train back to Delhi, an 18 hour journey starting at 5:30pm, arriving at noon the next day! Oh my aching back, just thinking about it!