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... Rondavels. The houses were constructed from rocks, piled by the side of the road. Each village had stalls with beautifully shaped water crocks.
Wild camels could be seen grazing and were increasinvly used for transport of people and carts. In one location a large herd of camels had congregated, including a stunning dark coloured one and a baby feeding from its mother. A man proceeded to milk the camel and then passed the ...
... were off - veritable ships of the desert swaying slowly along. Not the most comfortable of seats especially without stirrups, but OK until you reached a downslope which felt very precarious. We were asked how long we wanted to be out and elected for a fairly short ride of about 30-40 minutes, basically a circuit around. Not a gret deal to see except an eagle sitting in a bush who flew up and away as we neared. Very big and quite majestic. Several beetles we thought ...
... were making the chai in. Hmm. Were they going to feed that to us? Was that safe? Then we figured we'd probably already been fed boiled goats milk on this trip already so hey, **** it, we weren't dead yet. Oh my god, and once we got going again and were getting near to the waiting jeeps they got the camels to trot. They'd linked ...
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The food was great in Rajasthan. The cashew curry continued to fatten us up.
The fort was different than others that we have seen because it is still in use today. There are hostels, stores, and businesses residing in it.
We enjoyed the desert, but were happy to be off to the beach at the end of our stay. ...
... herder with instructions - hopefully he’ll get it all later today and get started before it worsens. What a hard hard life.
The girls are early happy and exhausted - sorting out photos - should be some great ones particularly with the go pro - should be a good triple M movie coming up!
Great, great couple of days.
Off to Jaipur in the morning, the pink city, and last day with Naeem.