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... the bizarre landscape. We discover a few queues, cows, vultures, game dogs and Gazellen. Then I see an old man, who walks completely alone by the desert landscape. It seems to be more native, which is on the way toward village.
In the evening we stop our camp open with a dune and break in the protection of the dune. To the greetings there are Chai. Afterwards we sit with our dinner before the campfire, make music, sing and tell ourselves to ...
... Do you know where this is going? Well imagine waking up in the middle of the night to see a silhouette of a hooded man standing over your bed. Let's just say I froze and I mean froze in terror. When I finally got my heart back to normal levels I looked up and saw two shooting stars, I loved that we didn't have tents and we just slept in beds under the vibrant stars. They were so clear and plentiful. And that my friends was Jaisalmer and the desert. Big ...
... dogs. We got up and had some breakfast and tea and were soon back on our camels heading back. Last night I had spoken to the guide a bit about camel riding and it sounded much like horse riding. I had also challenged him to a camel race for my shoes but luckily I had withdrawn that as a joke but said if he had horses I would race him but he doesn't. Today they let me right Raju alone so he was not tied to the camel in front. I got him to stand up which involves a lot ...
... heading back into the dessert on a camel cart where we would spend a night under the star. This was a great experience as we let the camels rest and had our 2 guides set up our beds. We were on a large double camp bed with plenty of bedding (in case it gets cold as it does in the night) and had a lovely sky above us full of stars. It took us a while to eventually go to sleep but it was amazing to see just how much natural light there was from just the moon and the stars. ...
... let everyone get off first and then make our way out in a more chilled manner and hopefully miss a lot of the hustle and bustle for taxi's and tuk tuk's when you walk out the station.
The first thing that hit us when we got off the train was the heat - it was seriously hot. We made our way along the platform with our big bags on our backs, as we did I walked through a wet patch and my flip flop slid from under me - I just manged to keep my balance and not tumble but it ...