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... allowed there. This was proper desert trekking, proper sand dunes and proper sweet camels Afterwards an entertainment evening with dancing and music (yes one the ladies was male !!!), a fantastic Buffett meal sat outside in the courtyard with fireworks to finish to celebrate Diwali We returned to our tents and fell asleep to the pops and bangs of distant fireworks and what sounded like an Indian rave somewhere out I n the ...
It is nearly 8 hours by bus to Jaisalmer. We stop along the way for chai and a snack at 11 and a view of the damsel cranes a little later. Allen shares his binoculars with the kids and they are delighted to see the cranes up close.
Jaisalmer is only 40 miles from Pakistan in the Tar Desert. It seems like a military town with lots of bases, soldiers ...
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... temple which reminded us of the Sydney opera house but better looking. 5 hour drive to Agra was interesting, we both dozed off a number of times but were rudely woken by the driver braking to avoid collisions with tuktuks filled with 15 people piled into it! Our hotel in Agra was lovely, our driver took us to a restaurant that was empty- we were suspicious! But we had THE yummiest meal so thumbs up! Wednesday we went to the Taj Mahal. It is such ...
... about the sights in more detail but really, Delhi is about feeling these key things: dust, crowds and vibrant colours, the sounds- noisy noisy roads where sounding your horn probably earns you better salaries, the alternating smell of urine and incense and delicious, spicy street food. Most importantly here's the road hierarchy for anyone who doesn't know: number 1 is the cow who can wander at will in whatever direction without being hit, next is the car, next comes the ...