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  • East and west of Salalah[center] Camels on the road near Mirbat[/center] Despite my tiredness I had taken some time to fall asleep last night, partly at least because of the Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's travels | Mar 20, 2019
  • A dramatic drive===Sunrise over Jebel Shams=== [center] Jebel Misht at sunrise[/center] The extra blankets Said had secured for us meant that we were cosy in bed a Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's travels | Mar 13, 2019
  • Into the desert[center] Portuguese watchtower in Sur[/center] Despite my painful shoulder I slept well, and woke up determined to enjoy the day regardless. With a 9. Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's travels | Mar 4, 2019
  • A night in the desertToday we had some time to kill, the camel ride was scheduled for the afternoon so we had the whole day to relax at the pool, have lunch and relax at the pool again. For the cam Posted by Stefmuts in Adventures by Stef | Jul 13, 2018
  • The Big Year Out-Dunhuang Movie SetBetween our journey from Dunhuang to the Jade gate and the Yardang Geopark , we were taken to this movie Set, also the entrance gate of Dunhuang Movie Set known as Modelled Shazhou Town of Song Dynasty (960-1279), is Posted by TheJohnsons in The Silk Route & SEA 2012 The Johnsons | Jun 21, 2018
  • Holy Geez - did we really do ALL THAT?!!!I wasn't expecting THAT...we could possibly pack even more into a day!!! WOW What a day! We started at the guest house in Moulay Idriss with a crepe breakfast with local honey, olive oil and apricot jam. After a short cab ride, Posted by otisandma in I Wasn't Expecting THAT! | Sep 18, 2017
  • I Wasn't Expecting THAT!Here I go again - this time a somewhat unexpected chance to travel. After a few months of super-stressful budget time at work, I decided I really need a vacation. No idea where I wanted to go or do, I Posted by otisandma in I Wasn't Expecting THAT! | Sep 12, 2017
  • Deserts[center][/center] I am a regular reader of Wanderlust magazine which always poses a particular question to everyone they interview: ‘Mountain, desert, ocean or jungle - which a Posted by ToonSarah in How I see the world - through a lens | Aug 31, 2017
  • Changing plans Riding through the Mongolian steppe, we passed the winter camp of a nomad family. They were very busy. In spring time, they are shearing their camels. It was interesting to see how they got the camels to lay down and Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | May 23, 2017
  • No roadsigns in the steppeOur guide Oogii and our driver Amgaa (which is pronounced ‘Amra’) picked us up at our guesthouse and we headed south. We drove through many quarters full of typical soviet apartment blocks, but also through areas where the typical Mongolian Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | May 20, 2017
  • Glamping in Rajasthan===Thar Desert stay=== Desert sunset Rajasthan is in part a desert state, and a visit here, for a desert lover such as myself, would not be complete without sp Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Oct 23, 2015
  • Desert safari in RajastanYou can't spend a month in Rajastan without going for a safari. We tried to research for it to get an idea of the cost and what to expect. But all that internet and Lonely Planet told us that it's Posted by dima.safr in Roaming the world | Feb 11, 2017
  • Adventures in the DesertFrom Zagora it was a long drive to the desert. M'hamid is often called 'the gateway to the desert', where people go to experience sand dunes and stars. The road was surprisingly good for most of the way, with only Posted by Libbytes in Morocco Road Trip | Nov 11, 2016
  • Living on Broome timeArriving in Broome felt like a shock. Even though we knew about its tropical climate and had even hesitated going there due to the ‘wet’ season, we were just not well prepared for it. And it did not help that Posted by dreiumdiewelt in Our travel stories from around the world | Nov 29, 2016
  • In the Footsteps of Caravans[float=right][/float]The thirst was the worst part. I want Posted by askgudmundsen in West Africa Road Blog | May 30, 2016
  • Day Two60% of the town are Hindu and 40% Muslim so there is a number of Mosques. Which have a call to prayer 5 times a day. 6:06 this morning I was awaken with the call Posted by woody1 in The Indian trip | Jan 13, 2015
  • Elephants, Camels and Colour!We have been really lazy with the blogging lately, and so much has happened recently what with Amiee's birthday and OUR ENGAGEMENT!!..First comes first. We've recently visited 5 cities in the state of Rajasthan. Rajasthan is famous for is colourful Posted by amiee1992 in Off to see the world | Mar 25, 2014
  • Sore Bums and Sandy Feet – Rajasthan Part IIFrom Udaipur we took a train to Ajmer (which is apparently a Muslim pilgrimage spot on par with Mecca, which we were surprised to hear as we had never heard about this), from where we took a local bus to Posted by TessAndRach in Asian Adventure | Jan 2, 2014
  • JaisalmerSo we had booked a camel safari with 'Trotters Independent Travel''. (Cue people saying ''Lovely Jubbly'', ''this time Rodney, millionaires'' etc a lot). Now hotel managers in Jaisalmer do not like if you don't book a camel safari Posted by squeakylee in The Great Muppet Caper | Apr 7, 2013
  • Jodhpur to NarlaiWe have just arrived in the little village of Narlai and are staying overnight at a Heritage hotel - the Rawla at Narlai - what a surprise! A delightful room with a bed large enough for Bob Carol Ted Alice Posted by acudoc in A Passage to India by Len & Celina | Feb 20, 2013
  • Pushkar Camel Fair The hottest thing going on in India at the end of November was the Pushkar Camel Fair, and I happened to be just a 4 hour train-ride away, so I took the train to Ajmer, and rode in a Posted by kendallwallace in Wanderlust Wallace | Jan 30, 2013
  • Camel Riding in the Desert In South India, I had met some girls who mentioned that their camel safari adventure in Jaisalmer was their most favorite thing they did in India. Once I heard this, I knew Jardin and I Posted by kendallwallace in Wanderlust Wallace | Jan 28, 2013
  • Lost in a souq in Marrakech Wailing oboes and mesmerised snakes. Tantalizing oranges and sweet sticky dates. An enchanting laberynth with vibrant twits and turns and more delights to the senses than we could Posted by lauracerys in Destino Infinito | Oct 14, 2012
  • Camel FactsKorla, August 17th 2012 "Camels!" I squeaked. "Oh, yes! You are lucky!" Peng Li said. Oh yes, I'm lucky. [[http://threadofsilk.travellerspoint.com/30/|My shirt and pants are completel Posted by automidori in A Thread of Silk | Oct 7, 2012
  • Major Bosten LakeKorla, August 17th 2012 According to [[http://threadofsilk.travellerspoint.com/29/|Peng Li]], there's a major part of Bosten Lake and a minor part. I'm not quite sure about that. According to [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bosten_Lake|Wikipedia]], ther Posted by automidori in A Thread of Silk | Oct 7, 2012
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