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... dung beetles making intricate patterns in the sand. Also caught a fleeting glimpse of what looked like a desert fox. The size of the dune system and the number of people out meant it didn't feel particularly isolated but we were out of sight of others most of the time. The dunes obviously function a bit like the beach at home as a couple of truck loads of young lads drove past us at one point whistling and hooting (Yes children your mothers still get whistled ...
... of Bombay saw the decline of Jaisalmer. Upon arrival we experience this amazing city on a half day tour. Visiting Gadi Sagar we see how this man-made lake was the only source of water for Jaisalmer. The calm waters of this rainwater make with screen surroundings groups of small temples and acquaint Museum nearby is known more for its rich folklore tales than its beauty. We then continue on to the beautiful sandstone mansion of the ...
... we checked in and had a chat with one of the owners who after learning of our stomach troubles drew us a map of which pharmacies to go to and even offered to ring to let them know we were coming and what we needed. This was a relief as when we tried to get something for our Dheli Belly in Jodhpur we came away with what turned out to be tablets for stomach ulcers! We strolled in to town and went to one of the pharmacies on the map... the guy didn't speak a word of English ...
... fort and thought wow this is what a Monday should feel like. I felt clean, fresh, and in awe of my life and surroundings! WOW WOW WOW
So our day was touring the fort and endless winding cobble stone streets, sipping on chai, eating homemade samosas and even playing some cricket with some local children.
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STAY TUNED as in two days I will be on camel back and sleeping under the stars :)
... have their own cooking fire and seem to want to keep to themselves, so we leave the women to gossip and relax while we grabbed dead wood from the surrounding trees, knowing that this is where most people take a **** at night. We end up with a fairly big pile of little twigs, but they don't last long, constantly having to be fed to the fire to keep us warm. The camel men see this and head off for a few minutes, bringing back a huge log that lasts a couple hours. ...