Hotel Shreenath Palace
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... seen outside of a zoo and had no idea that they were in India until smarty pants Brendan told us it's the national bird of India. I would have thought it was the pigeon as there has to be two pigeons for every 1,267,401,849 people here. We also saw deer and of course stray dogs ( one at camp we named "back wound") Most interestingly we came across women In colorful clothing carrying baskets on their heads, can't get more National Geographic than that. ...
... dirty and putrid from the open latrines. When we loaded our big bags in the boot the luggage boy said it would cost to "secure" our bags. Oh how complacent we had become in the desert. We went a little crazy with him and threatened (emptily) to call the police. This shut him up. "OK, bags guaranteed" he said. It was a mini victory, we still spent the entire journey wondering if we'd ever see our bags again!!!
It's off to Mumbai now before ...
... were the fresh camel manure.
Hot Earth Soft Sand
Two kilometres out of Khuri on foot, this unlikely troupe of 2 French and 1 Asian arrived to a dry canvas of sand dunes and the hot earth started swallowing our footsteps. A young boy with his camel came to us and did his best touting he could to earn some rupees.
We proceeded to the highest point, dragging along our feet on powder sand. I was not expecting vast horizons of ...
... of time to do this which was nice, my groin needed a little time before being ready to be out through its paces on the camel again.
Once on our respective camels, we set off in a bit of a round circle across dunes, arid land and some very challenging farm land. Not the most exciting of walks however with the morning sun on our backs and the peace of the open land around us it was a great way to start the day.
Another couple of hours on the camels was more ...
... I could have been not sleeping on a lumpy mattress in a dingy hotel room on a noisy street in a grotty town, but instead I was not sleeping in a desert bathed in moonlight, lying beneath thick, camel-scented blankets, quite literally under the stars. As everyone drifted off to sleep and the music faded, I wondered how many fleas were on the blanket and if camel fleas were more vicious than regular ones. With that, I cinched my sleeping bag hood tightly around my face, closed my eyes and ...