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... around for others to drink.
There is a large military presence in this part of the country, close to the border with Pakistan. Large wind farms are used to generate the power for military housing and the lights to guard the border region. The roads are also in much better condition.
As we approached Jaisalmer, the golden city, named from the colour of the sandstone of all the constructions, another fort dominated the view. ...
... has taken of us during our stay at Jasmin Home Just passed a group of small boys playing - guess what- cricket, on a dusty patch of ground on the outskirts of Thaiyat Hamra. The scenery outside is flat, dusty, with scattered stunted trees and scrub. The sun is about the set so we'll be in darkness very soon. A sort of mist keeps rolling across the desert - presumably something to do with dropping temperature - and the sky is ...
... Chiara had a further wander. We all reconvened in time for dinner. We went to Trio for dinner, another rooftop spot. Clare and Laura shared a tandoori Thali (Thalis are becoming a firm fave) while Chiara and Becca shared a stuffed tomato curry. After many attempts at ordering food throughout the trip this was the first time we managed to order the right amount instead of way too much. With all our plates completely cleared we sat back on our guesthouse terrace admiring the ...
... 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 ...
... other livestock wandered about looking to graze from piles of scattered rubbish.
The fort again hones this point. It was, and is, impressive, befitting a family that held a high position in the Mughal army of Akbar the Great. It is well preserved and the hall of audience is striking with its red and gold lacquered walls. The private family rooms are something to behold with generous and airy space, ornate mirrors, ivory ...