Gateway Hotel Rawalkot Jaisalmer
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... wirkt sehr ruhig, gutmütig und zugleich robust. Doch an den Ritt und die damit verbundene Bewegung des Kamels muss ich mich noch gewöhnen. Wir reiten ein paar Stunden, bleiben vereinzelt bei Dünen stehen und fotografieren die bizarre Landschaft. Wir entdecken ein paar Schlangen, Kühe, Geier, Wildhunde und Gazellen. Dann sehe ich einen alten Mann, der ganz alleine durch die Wüstenlandschaft spaziert. Es scheint ein Einheimischer zu sein, der auf dem Weg in Richtung Dorf ...
... I think I would pull a muscle! Anyways, it sucks that tourists don't respect local customs that can more than easily be followed. If you can't or won't follow them don't go to that country. So we got to the camel meeting point and there they were, Harry, Bruno, "P", and right now I can't remember the other three names we gave them. Brendan is our resident memory bank and is sleeping, maybe I should NUDGE the back of his seat a little? There were 5 ...
... to say camels are really uncomfortable so we did a bit of side saddle and crossed legged and generally spent our time finding any way to sit on a camel that was not the usual way. I had been moved onto the Finish boys camel called Raj who I liked a lot as he liked to walk beside the camel infront and really close to it. The camel in front was Kirstys camels and raj regularly had his head right next to Kirsty which she hated as she thought he was going to bite her ...
... we met none of the pressure selling that had so irritated us elsewhere in India. Even when we did not buy, we were greeted with smiles and namaste as we passed. Judith, needing cash went out to find an ATM. On being told there were none in the old city she was shown the way down, but within minutes, a young man on a motor bike drove up to her and offered her a lift as he would be going past the ATM. Always trusting, Judith mounted the bike behind him and off they ...
... goodbye to our beloved leader Nate, who, after being diagnosed with Dengue fever, had to stay behind at the Jodhpur hospital, and did not get to participate in the camel safari with us. (Nate is now fine, and fully recovered, and back with the team.)
Travel to Jaisalmer was not as comfortable as our journey from Udaipur had been. The local bus we boarded, and rode for 7 hours to Jaisalmer, had no ropes to tie our bags to the roof, and no space in the overhead ...