Jaisalmer Desert Haveli Guest House
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Our journey from the Blue City of Jodhpur to the Golden City of Jaisalmer passed by reasonably uneventfully. We are certainly becoming used to the rather more erratic driving scene here, and therefore manage to pass several hours on a bus without too many exclamations when we look up to find the bus overtaking on a blind bend or careering down the …
... some beers taken with us as they weren't included in the price but they would be happy to supply some, ok then we'll have 2 bottles each just in case. We jumped the back of a jeep and set off out of Jaisalmer. We had two guides in the front of the jeep, one Babu was a young lad who was doing all the driving and the other was the camel man who's camels we would be riding. Our first stop was Bada Bagh a memorial site for the past Jaisalmer rulers. It looked good from a distance ...
... so this little patch of powder earth will do. The young boy was looking disappointed that he may not bring home some rupees today, so I relented. A mini desert safari that lasted 20 mins earned him 200 Rs. Probably good for the day.
"No Lunch! All of Khuri! No Lunch!"
We hauled our feet back to the village and met with the elderly head honcho at Mama guesthouse - apparently the holiest hindu priest in Khuri. However his status was ...
... I'm not the biggest sand lover, it just gets everywhere and with no shower or sea to wash it off in I was dubious however despite it being incredibly fine sand, it caused no problems at all.
After long chats, maybe 3 loops of Jack Johnson and a long time staring at the moon and the glowing desert landscape I finally drifted off around 3.30am. I'd come to enjoy a night in the desert and was going to do just that.
The next morning I woke to a multicoloured ...