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Travel Blogs from Jaisalmer
... against Stacey.
Would highly recommend visiting this place for a couple of nights, especially the camels which were an amazing experience. Tucking into curry on the sand dunes under the moonlight and stars was an incredible experience.
Our next stop will be Jodhpur, a city they call the "blue city." Only a 5 hour train journey this time, we have stocked up on crisps and biscuits.
Stacey and Ben x
... At the hotel restaurant, we chatted to a waiter who was from Nepal. He works here for 9 months a year, with 3 months in Nepal to see his family. His aim is to save enough money to start his own restaurant at home which he thinks we will be able to do in June.
Being vegetarian has been easy! The food is delicious! I have particularly taken a liking to the Indian breakfast of roti and pickles, finished with a cup of chai!
... a good idea where our carriages will pull up. Bevan and I are in separate carriages, I am a little worried but will have to see what happens. I get onto carriage B2 and find my bunk, thank goodness I am on the lower bunk, not sure I could climb into the top bunk ( there are 3 bunks per side). We are provided with clean sheets, blanket and pillow. I feel fine the berths only have curtains around them and there are men women and children ...
... in that direction. As expected I was spotted and flight was taken prior to my arrival. What I was not expecting was this vast creature to take flight and swoop its huge wings and bright white body directly above me at a high of why could have been no more than fiver metres. Wow! This was so much better than sitting a ogling at another bird in a tree. I'd come close in Mongolia but this was my closest encounter and really a moment to remember.
On returning to the group ...
... Joe and Rachael who had arrived in India ten days before. We got on well and had a great natter in an a wind cooled restaurant in the fort walls where they were staying. They introduced me to their guesthouse manager/guide called Rampat, a young man from a desert village who was organising their Camel safari, and who had a big interest in good street food. Joe was in the food business in the UK so we soon ambled off with Rampat to the street market to feast ...