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The hotel car delivered us to Jodhpur station for the 5 o'clock train and a porter manfully trolled our bags to platform A2 - we had to cross the tracks to avoid a high bridge which was interesting. Unsurprisingly the train was delayed and we waited on the platform till about 6 watching the stations most populous inhabitants scurry about (see photo). Just as with the blasting of horns by cars and rickshaws, the trains passing through ...
... The Thar Desert houses some of the best breed of livestock in the country and thereby contributes to production of wool in Rajasthan which is half the total wool production in the country. The land of shifting sand dunes, broken rocks and scrub vegetation has the visitors in a state of great excitement because it is completely different from what they have been used to. Though the region is arid, there is no dearth of attractions. Three of the most ...
... one and sure enough they were freezing! God knows how he got them to stay so cold in the middle of a desert?? Cold Kingfisher in hand off we went to explore the dunes and watch the sunset. It was absolutely stunning and the colours were amazing (our pics don't really do it justice) afterwards we headed back to the camp and our guides had prepared tea. It was a potato and lentil daal with rice and chapatis and was delicious, one of the tastiest meals we had in India! ...
... We are reading a fair bit - even Megs shock horror! Slightly panicky about all that at times but there isn’t anything I can do about it. The wifi is so slow everywhere it’s almost impossible to do the blog either - pictures just won’t download, never mind Minnie’s movies. We’ll try again in Jaipur or Agra.
After a morning walking around the fort with it’s tiny rambling alleyways, overhanging stone balconies and tiny shops, ...
After another hour or so of riding the camels, we reached our camp spot, and the sun was preparing to clock out. Jason and I were well-acquainted with that blissful moment in the desert, late in the day, when the sun is nearly down and the air temperature lingers between warm and cool. This was Becca’s first time experiencing it, so it added to our sense of delight following our first day of camel trekking.
That evening Becca, ...