Hotel Oasis Haveli
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... 8217;s our last bit of time with them, they have just felt like instant friends, and been such a refreshing change to hang about with people with the same sense of humour, so we’ve been cramming in as much time as possible before they head off!
The palace at Jaisalmer is like many of the others we have seen – very impressive and normally the highest building in the fort. We got an audio tour and did the ...
... decorated compound where we are to be housed for the evening - panic over. There are similar little tourist lodges tucked away all over the village: whitewashed walls, red and ochre tribal designs, thatched roofs, and inside the bungalow rooms, baked clay walls studded with hundreds of little mirrors - basically, magical. Of course we still have the option of sleeping in the desert but to be honest, after the long day's drive and a camel ride up into the dunes, I was as happy ...
... 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. ...
... and our guide Malou (preparing breakfast) was waiting for us.
Holding ourselfes tight the camel stood up, riding a camel is easy just follow the camel in front of you!
Just the two of us and guide Malou and our three camels , wow what a silence and peaceful world. That's a while ago.
We almost forgot how it is at home, on Bonaire, the silence and relaxing atmosphere.
For hours we enjoyed the first part, the sun is getting more hot so time ...
... if a woman's husband dies she must go to live with his family and wear mourning clothes and never date or marry again for the rest of her life. Even if she was 14 when they married and he died after a week. On the flip side, if a man's wife dies, he can marry again no problem. This is one of the many examples of the injustices that women in India face and another reason I am grateful to have the freedoms that I do in the US!