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... for chai and sat in the hot desert wind on a rooftop restaurant. It’s kind of like a never ending hot all over body hairdryer except with amazing desert views and smells. Absolutely blissful. The girl go off to have their hands henna’d - some time for Rob and I to wander on our own. We’re all getting on ok really but it’s hard work being in each other’s pockets all the time with no break.
We prepared for the camel safari. ...
... lunch we made sure she was while feed and hydrated.
By three o'clock it was time to continue and for 2 hours we travelled at a gruelling, rhythmic pace under the desert sun. We reached the sand dunes, our home for the night, in time to watch the sun set. By this time Sandy departed us and befriended another tour group - a clever girl who's learnt to adapt!
Our tour included a night on Sam's dunes, one ...
... till 3pm, thinking we might have to spend a night here with the camels. When the bus finally came with its sandstorm chasing behind, all I was thinking about was a hot bowl of the instant korean kimchi noodle soup. Of which I had and costed me a bomb, but was a life saver even when it was bizarrely served with white rice on the side. Subconsciously I was breaking the monotonous curry selections for anything in a soup. And I was really lusting for meat. ...
... sunset point', a romantic sounding place which offered a view of the fort. It was in truth, a mucky, dusty patch but the view of the fort was good. We were accosted by a group of builders who were laying a wall and another comedy photo shoot ensued.
We jumped in a tuk tuk to take is to Patwa Havelli, a large ornate house owned by a Jain family back in ...? It was huge, ornate and well preserved. Structures and furnishings seem to endure well ...
... mogul would like to take her for his wife. No says the Brahman chief, my daughter doesn't eat meat, you cannot marry her. But the man is insistent and he is strong enough to take her by force. The Brahman leader negotiates and says give me 10 days, I'll talk to the elders in the other 83 villages to see if they agree for you to marry my daughter. After the 10th day, Brahman chief says no you can't marry my daughter. That ...