Hotel Moonlight Jaisalmer
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... his age. Elaine was encouraged to climb onto the larger camel which we later discovered was called Laloo. I climbed onto the smaller Camel called Balaloo. It soon became clear that the camels were a good match for our personalities. Elaine’s camel was obstreperous and disobedient but very confident. My camel was far more docile, but clumsy. Not surprisingly, Mum was not pleased by the likeness.
Getting up onto the ...
... questions about tourism in India and whether or not the locals liked it. 70 percent do and the other 30 feel that the scantily clad and sometimes drunken tourists have an affect on their young people. He says they get really drunk and leave broken bottles around and such. Who in gods name would do that? There is also a legal drink in Jaisalmer, it's Lassi (like a smoothie) but with marijuana. I guess it's pretty crazy and brings in the hippies of ...
... meat. I love chicken and bacon and chicken wrapped in bacon and steak and sausages. I don't think we're meant to drink Jägermeister either but I don't plan to give that up any time soon ay. We stopped for our vegetarian lunch under a tree again, the kid wrestled himself a goat or two and milked them then they dumped the milk into the ...
... was aggressive. Of course, I bought nothing - I think the shopkeepers spotted my no buying look from a mile and therefore didn't want to waste their time with me ! Instead I spent my time wandering around, cheerfully getting lost and , so typical for a man, refused to ask for directions and instead found my own way out !!
Hotels here are all havelis. Thankfully there is no glass monstrosity. They are ...
... closed Laxminath Temple.