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... to eat their dinner, they shared their food with Mum and gave her a plate full of yummy food, different curries, rice and chappatis!
When we got to Jodhpur it was midnight, a crazy tuk-tuk-driver took us to our beautiful hotel in the oldest part of the city, it was really scary as the streets were really, really narrow. We are staying in the Maharani room (Maharani means queen). It has 10 little windows in alcoves with curtins that have a view of the ...
... be missed in your tour of Jaisalmer.
The JAIN Temple complex, dating from the 12th century, comprises 5 interconnected temples and is a marvel in architecture and beauty.
A wander around the streets of the city of Jaisalmer does not disappoint and we enjoy many a beautiful sunset sitting on the terrace of yet another amazing hotel, haveli, or restaurant.
Jaisalmer is also the departure point for a ...
... our guides prodded our camels along across the dunes. Bree had the chance to ride a camel named Happy Star and mine was named Bob Marley so obviously creativity is the name of the game when it comes to what you call your camels in this part of the desert. As we started to mosey along a guy came up and asked me if I would rather have a coke or a beer while I enjoyed my ride so he gladly outfitted Bree and I with cold cans of beer which I thought was great because ...
... way down just in time and I rebalanced. I did jam my stomach really hard into the handle hold but I think my layers of extra ice cream helped cushion the fall. We posed with the camels a bit before heading to our cots which would be our accommodations for the night. We had water and chai tea before walking up the small dunes for photos and to watch the sunset. Both the dunes and the sunset were small in comparison to what I experienced in Africa especially Namibia but it was ...
Well here we sit - just after 5 on Friday eve on the overnight train to Jaipur. Our latish booking means we have 4 longways berths alongside the corridor. We'll see if we can negotiate a move to a four berth alcove when the a guard appears. I think Liz and I have just been rooked by some local guy offering a chain and padlock to secure our luggage under the berth. Couldn't be bothered to argue but gave him 200 rupees rather than the ...