Gateway Hotel Rawalkot Jaisalmer
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... 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 ...
... and bleeding. No doctors or medical equipment out here - he just has to put up with it but it looked like it was worsening. I’ll get some meds back at the hotel if I can.
The evening meal was a wonderful aromatic chicken curry , with vegetables and rice/chapatis which they cooked for us. Watching their fire technique - they dig a 4x10 inch hole about 4inches deep and start a small fire with brush in the hole, then feed it with little sticks and place ...
... checked out of our room but left the bags with the hotel staff as we headed out to the fort to explore it completely before we left. I wanted to see the Jain temples inside before we went - Gem wasn't too bothered about another temple as we have seen plenty during our visits to India.
So we walked up through the village looking part of Jaisalmer again on our way up to the fort, gem was looking for a little puppy that she had seen the day before so she could feed it some ...
... earlier bus which had an accident. Everyone including foreign travellers were squished into every available space possible.
Just so happened I struck up a conversation with a middle aged Belgian traveller from the first bus. A music teacher/therapist who was working with the disabled in Kathmandu, Nepal for 5 years before being kicked out by the corrupted maoist government. Or rather he refused to pander to their demands so he had ...
... Mike pointed to the sleeping man and suggested quietly that he might appreciate them being switched off. I hadn't looked up for some time! He had cocooned himself against the harsh blowing fan which was inches from his head. Within minutes of the fan being turned off, he peeled back his Indian Rail courtesy blanket (the old fashioned, thick woollen kind that everybody keeps at home in their cupboards, but rarely uses because lighter, less itchier ones ...