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... her a double headbutt in the leg and back, think she'll keep her distance from now on!
After a funny mix up with dinner with dennis, that left some chips, a bowl of rice and some masala tea instead of 'tekka masala curry' we then set off for our mammoth eighteen hour train journey to India's capital Delhi, where one of the largest cities in the world loomed, but more importantly for me, a long awaited FA Cup Final for Arsenal. I just hope all that good Karma I'd been earning would pay ...
... made a fantastic meal. That night we slept on mats under the stars, warm beneath thick quilts as a much gentler breeze blew over the dunes. It was a very different experience from my time in the desert in Iran, but was equally enchanting.
As you no doubt remember, Ben is heading to London after this trip. Owing to an excellent flatting opportunity opening up with some friends in Clapham, he has decided to head to the UK a month earlier than planned. We elected ...
... with nature gives us a way to live life without destroying what is around. The stillness calms our mind. In the silence of the desert, our voices carry a huge distance, maybe even a mile, and shows us the power we have.
The desert provides us a perfect place for reflection - something we rarely do in the daily bustle of life.
As the sun set, I turned back, a "richer" ...
Desert View Hotel turned out to be alright. Located at the southern end of the Jaisalmer Fort, it is only 15 mins walk uphill to the 1st Gate of the fort. The only disadvantage being far away from the the main city action that is Ghandi Chowk, located northeast of the fort.
Vegetarian Korean Food
Desert View Hotel, run by a free spirited Korean lady, had something special to offer - Korean food and ...
... boy' has been waiting at he station for free pick-up. Drat, if only we had known. Tea is ordered while we go through the booking in process (always lengthy) and Yoghi (the owner), tells us about his desert trips. There are three options: touristy, less touristy and authentic. Touristy means we will be in the desert with about 25,000 other people (is he joking?), less touristy means we will be in the desert at a more distant location with about 2,000 other people ...