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22 ~ Police & their radar ... Gajner to Jaisalmer

Day 5 : Along the flat boring road with a ridiculous speed limit of just 80 km / 50 miles per hour


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Beautiful presented breakfast and I was asked if I wanted another omelet which of course I couldn’t refuse and said, “Yes please …”. The photo of the second omelet just doesn’t do justice.

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Time to take the outdoor scenes that I took last night so that you can see the comparison in the previous entry.

After breakfast again, it was a 9am / 09:00 departure drive for a 5 hour drive through to Jaisalmer.

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Kilometres after kilometres seeing the trees being protected by the small circle of bricks. With so many brick kilns around here with some billowing out smoke, no wonder ….

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More overloaded trucks with hay.

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Onwards we drove along the flat boring road with a ridiculous speed limit of just 80 km / 50 miles per hour. Yes, police with their speed radar was out and …. you can finish this sentence. Remember this is India ...

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Cotton behind this tractor

Jandals / footwear being left behind by pilgrims heading to Ramdevra Temple. Ramdevra is home to the temple of Baba Ramdevji. Devotees from all over visit the temple all-round the year.

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Dates

Got to Fort Rajwada a 4 star hotel at 2pm / 14:00 and a representative of the local agency was waiting. Was informed that the jeep ride out to the sand dunes to see the sun set was later this afternoon leaving at 3.30pm / 15:30.

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Posted by bruceontour 00:54 Archived in India

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