Khuri Village

There were several hours of daylight left, so I wanted to see what the village looked like.

Just down the street was another desert hotel which had tents set up as rooms.


The village was pretty ordinary. There were some traditional houses.


Some more stylish abodes.


And a few that looked like village townhouses.


It was the hottest part of the afternoon, so we didn’t see any people. Everyone was inside, trying to stay cool.

Finally we saw a man on foot, and Prem pulled over to ask him where was the village center, since we kept running into dead ends.

The man had some connection with the village development committee. He gestured the way to the village center then invited us to see some traditional homes. We parked the car and followed him.

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2 thoughts on “Khuri Village

  1. “It was the hottest part of the afternoon, so we didn’t see any people. Everyone was inside, trying to stay cool.”

    So it is not only mad dogs and Englishmen who go out in the midday (in your case mid-afternoon) sun!

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