The Desert Resort (Rajasthan Desert Safari Camp)
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... We walked past a store and a man called out to us and said "Hello, can you please give me an opportunity to rip you off?" Just walking the streets is fascinating here. Sandstone is quite soft so most of the buildings have havelis which is the intricate carvings on all the exteriors. The streets are very narrow though. I got hit on the arm by a motorbike handle (all good) and chased by a bull with very long horns which wasn't so ...
... in Australia and even had a couple of hours of being Lawrence of Arabia on a bactrian version in the Little Gobi sand dunes of Mongolia a few years ago. So it's really roughing it in the desert without a dunny that Sheila is concerned about.
Just before Jaiselmer, Ravi turns off onto a narrow strip of asphalt masquerading as a road. We follow this for 45kms past the unexpected sight of hundreds of huge wind turbines and the occasional red turban of a shepard and his ...
... has taken of us during our stay at Jasmin Home Just passed a group of small boys playing - guess what- cricket, on a dusty patch of ground on the outskirts of Thaiyat Hamra. The scenery outside is flat, dusty, with scattered stunted trees and scrub. The sun is about the set so we'll be in darkness very soon. A sort of mist keeps rolling across the desert - presumably something to do with dropping temperature - and the sky is ...
... sandy and dusty looks like we are arriving in the desert. On arrival we felt a bit like being in a amusement parc. Everything made from the sand/ yellow stone material and a huge fort. The fort is high up the rocks in the centre of the city, beautiful. In your imagination you see the princesses and knights on their horses riding up there!
Around the fort there is a quiet normal live, shops, restaurants, people and cows and everywhere. Watch out! Before ...
... in the sand dunes. Camel riding is fun but painful on the thighs and it was HOT. Like well over 100 degrees hot. Apparently they offer longer camel treks; 3, 4, 5+ days of riding camels and sleeping in the desert. Why anyone would choose that choice is beyond me. We shared a bottle of Indian red wine with our new friends while we watched sunset and then settled into our uncomfortable sleeping mats on the sand while swatting ...