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... case) sunbathing and returned to our 'hotel' for a great lunch (made just for us).
The evening time was a repeat of the day before, and we went out and saw the sunset again. We soon realised that the reason we were there for 2 days was because of the day safari we rejected... whoops!
It was a great atmosphere - real comradery between many nationalities and we felt very relaxed during our stay. We left in the morning and heading out of the desert to Jaisalmer.
... It is a fascinating sight and incredible when you consider that, at the time of construction, none of the workers would have been educated and yet built something so wonderful.
On arrival in Jodhpur, we discovered the guesthouse we had booked and paid for was full with no space for us so we had the challenge of finding another! With it being Diwali holiday and Rajasthan full of Indian tourists, this was close to impossible. However, we were amazed at how ...
... been faced with. With much courage and determination the girls manage to conquer their fears and make it across the tracks. And what fun they have! Not only do they cross the tracks, they balance on them, lie across them and even do some yoga on them! Lunch time comes and goes an the girls begin to feel quite famished. So the brunette and the-girl-with-no-specific-colour-hair go in search of a local shop to find drinks and snacks. After 20 minutes down an endless dirt track ...
... the tour. Later he told me that he had to rush off to welcome a big group of tourists from Italy, therefore another guide would take me to Pushkar. That’s okay, dude, I couldn’t understand you anyway...you speak Indian English with an Italian accent.
Pushkar is essentially a holy town in Rajasthan and is famous for its Pushkar Lake, ghats and temples spread all around the lake, and the annual Pushkar Fair, the ...
... in the back though we decided it was probably best to escape and managed to chuck our rucksacks and us out and sort of run away...though stranded on the road for a while we did make it to the hotel in the end :), all pretty entertaining! Our next little bit of excitement was one of the waiters at our hotel restaurant shouting 'quick sand, wind coming, go go...' or something like that, waving is arms about and running to take peoples food ...
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