Hotel Laxmi Niwas
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... opportunity to use WIFI before our jeep arrived to take us on Safari.
With our luggage on the roof we bounced along enjoying the driver’s uncharacteristically casual approach to horn tooting (ie he didn’t bother!). We were dropped by the side of a road where a small wizened old man and two camels sat waiting patiently. The old man (named Mr Khan) spoke very little English, but was highly enthusiastic and ...
... went for a chocolate flavoured medium one because I don't generally consume weed and I was pretty sure this would hit me like a ******* brick. A really, really large brick. Probably a brick which happens to still be attached to the rest of the house. You can buy cookies here too if you like, or just bags of weed which, by the shop guy's own admission, isn't very ...
... was almost no English spoken in the homes, so communication was tricky, but positive relationships were certainly developing by the end of the stay, particularly with the children of the families. Our team had hopes of getting to play a more active role in assisting with family chores and farm work, but as the farming season is coming to a close and most of the harvest already complete there was little to be done in the fields. The girls spent some time helping to ...
... we were ousted again by others with tickets for that seat - we had not noticed the tipex numbers on the back of each seat due to the lack of light. After a few trips up and down we located some sleeping passengers in our space, a few helpful guys helped fight our corner and finally sat down ready to leave. We now had seats rather than bunks so the added bonus of being able to sit fully upright.
We set off for the five and a half hour journey and the first few ...
... it wasn’t PaK. I pulled myself together and quietly asked so might you know whom I will be rooming with and with a thick accent the hotel manager on duty replied "Theressa a 32 year". Fingers crossed she is cool as we will be spending either the next 2.5 weeks or 1.5 months together! Wish me luck.
I will attempt to write again soon, but just wanted you all to know I made it safe and sound!
Dhanyawad (thank you)
Well it is the ...