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... dem ich gestern mit Sunny und Paul gegessen habe. Zur Abwechslung entscheide ich mich mal wieder für 'Thali'.
Im Hotel angekommen, mache ich es mir auf meiner Dachterrasse gemütlich und trinke einen Chai, während ich über die neuen Städte recherchiere, die ich die nächsten Tage besuchen werde.
Den Rest des Tages verbringe ich mit skypen, chillen am Pool, Reiseplanung und buchen der nächsten Verbindungen.
... br> their teeth, how they poop while they are laying down, how they throw up their
food to eat (or drink) it again. They
are very interesting and I will do some research on them because they are so interesting.
We had kids guiding the camel so we basically just sat there
bumping up and down like on a horse.
They are able to walk through the sand, up and down hills ...
... walls of the fort and accessible only through squeeze-gut alleys. I was sent on my own to fetch the hotel porter while Judith remained alone with the tuk-tuk driver and our luggage. Having heard that one could easily be lured into the wrong hotel, I was understandably nervous. We had booked the Maharajah Suite in Hotel Suraj for a very specific reason, and besides I had already paid a £7 deposit over the internet.
I need not have worried. Friendly ...
... flamboyant Taiwanese lad Jimmy. He was covered up to the hilt with Lycra leggings and arm sleeves while we were shedding clothes by the hour with the heat.
We headed off to meet our camels and our guides, with a quick stop off at a deserted village which had an erie feel to it, but the local families looking for photos quickly changed the mood.
After another few minutes we pulled up next to our camels, our ships of the dessert. Jenny's was strangely named Michael and ...
... made a fantastic meal. That night we slept on mats under the stars, warm beneath thick quilts as a much gentler breeze blew over the dunes. It was a very different experience from my time in the desert in Iran, but was equally enchanting.
As you no doubt remember, Ben is heading to London after this trip. Owing to an excellent flatting opportunity opening up with some friends in Clapham, he has decided to head to the UK a month earlier than planned. We elected ...