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... Jude. All apparently ok but it seems there is quite a number of them in a 4 berth alcove!! We retired to our bunks fairly soon and spent a fitful night. There was a brief session of visits to the less than entirely desirable facilities, giggles and tangerines near Jodhpur - yes the train just retraced the journey we made the other evening before turning NE towards Jaipur - but the second part of the night passed uneventfully. ...
... with adrenaline pumping for half an hour when they came a bit closer, panicking, but presuming Carl was hiding too. He couldn't stop laughing when I eventually put my head back out, telling him I had been hiding, realising he was completely relaxed because there was no danger at all. We laughed even more in the morning when the small friendly dog came over in the morning wagging her tail looking for food and attention. On the way back from the desert one ...
... our hotel owner who pointed to everyone he knew and said I have Big Show on the back of my bike J
The carvings in Jaisalmer are not just in the fort and city, there are Jain temples here which have some of the most intricate carvings I have seen yet. They cover every surface except the floor and I imagine they are not on the floor only to stop animals or insects being trapped in them and trodden on, (something forbidden in the Jain religion). The busloads ...
... it where they had laid out mattresses and pillows for people to relax on. We were served tea and poha. After a long wait a song and dance performance began which lacked in energy and co-ordination compared to what we had seen earlier on our trip to Udaipur. We now had more than one reason to conclude this was not such a great experience worth the money we paid after all! After a very ordinary, rather basic meal we went to bed and slept sound. We expected it to be cold at night, but it ...
... also discovered one of the desert dogs at the edge of my bed. By the time I got back he was in the middle of my bed and continued to hog the blanket for the rest of the night (now I know how Dean feels!). Early morning was beautiful. Sunrise over the desert sands. You really can't beat waking up outdoors in the fresh air (in a warm dry climate!). Breakfast: toast, jam and biscuits . . . not sure about that one, but hey, along with ...