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... 8221;. The language barrier became a significant obstacle as we journeyed further into the dunes. At one point, Mr Khan stopped the camels and urged us to dismount. As only happens in India, we were immediately accosted by a cool-drink seller who appeared as if out of nowhere to tout his wares while our camel driver looked on. We felt uncomfortable, and resisted his urging. We were unclear about whether we were sitting ...
... I think I would pull a muscle! Anyways, it sucks that tourists don't respect local customs that can more than easily be followed. If you can't or won't follow them don't go to that country. So we got to the camel meeting point and there they were, Harry, Bruno, "P", and right now I can't remember the other three names we gave them. Brendan is our resident memory bank and is sleeping, maybe I should NUDGE the back of his seat a little? There were 5 ...
... I have the mother of all groin strains and I appear to have a small percentage of the Thar Desert lodged in my nasal cavities. My bogies consist entirely of sand. I have way more camel silhouette photos than any one person needs and I think I nearly froze to death last night but was it worth it? Oh ****, yes! It was amazing to ...
... bottoms protested at the thought, but it was time to ride again...Ouch! The second days riding wasn't as painful as expected and all of our camels started showing their little personalities. We rode through the desert and came to a little dam where we dismounted and went to water our camels, every time the camels took a drink they would shake their heads and the loose skin on their faces would wobble and splatter us with slobbery water drops. Having gained more confidence some of ...
... feet in the air as he stood up. We walked for about an hour before stopping at an oasis for them to drink and and a small village for us to look round. We tried the local beans that they grew and had a limited conversation with the people as they didn't speak English. We got back on the camels for a couple of hours and found a shady patch for lunch. We had chai and started with veg pakora, finger crisps, then yoghurt curry with noodles and chapatti. The curry was really good and ...