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We were walking along a dusty Jaisalmer alley-like street when Ellen suddenly felt faint. Then she gave me this peculiar look and said, "My name is Alice."
The next thing I knew we were both sliding down a long grassy chute and wound up in wonderland.
Perched on a hill above …
... on the steps opposite. I suggested using my Indian cellphone to call up room service, but Mr Vyas junior explained that this would not be satisfactory as the hotel phone rarely worked.
If it all sounds rather random and disorganised, maybe it was – by western standards at least. But we would not for the world have missed it. The atmosphere was amazing; the staff, though few in number were always helpful and did their best to meet our every ...
... were class groups - the little ones standing in line with one hand on the child in front. Some then did exercises while others sat practising yoga and mantras. Lovely breeze looking over edge of town for breakfast on the roof. In contrast to the peace of the early morning we occasionally had to put our hands over our ears to protect them from the roar of jet engines from military aircraft patrolling the Pakistani border. More friendly staff and Jitu explained how he'd ...
... After mounting our camels, we learned that they are much larger than they seem from a distance, and we slowly headed off for our first ride.
We began what became our routine for the next 3 days, starting with a two hour ride after our early breakfast. We would stop during the hottest part of the day for a long lunch made by our guides, under shade while the camels grazed, followed by 2 or 3 more hours of riding until we reached our camping destination. We ...
... no sellers selling any food or drink. We got some fried snacks from a small station after realizing our goof up. The only possible dinner at a station would have been possible in Jodhpur at midnight. We were too lazy to get up from our cozy berths and Ananth who had stepped out to try and catch a bite had to throw away his Poori Sabji after a couple of bites when the train hooted and started leaving the station. So we landed in Delhi tired and hungry and looking forward to food, fan and ...