Chandra Niwas

Address: Bera Road, Opposite Nagarpalika, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, 345001, India | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located on Bera Road, Opposite Nagarpalika, Jaisalmer, is near Stok Palace Museum and Tibetan Market.
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    Travel Blogs from Jaisalmer

    Chill out at the leakside

    A travel blog entry by flex_e on Feb 15, 2015

    30 photos

    Um 6:00 werde ich von lauten Gebetsrufen, die mittels Lautsprechern übertragen werden, geweckt. Da ich heute mein Zimmer wieder selber zahlen muss, checke ich in der Früh aus und suche mir ein billigeres Hotel. Das neue Hotel hat einen großen Pool, stabiles Internet und ist nur zwei Gehminuten zum Bus nach Jodphur, meinem nächsten Ziel entfernt. Ich schlafe heute in einem Dorm und zahle 3 € für die Nacht.

    Anschließend stelle ich mir ...

    Camel trek in the desert

    A travel blog entry by hayclarketravel on Dec 10, 2014

    18 photos

    ... Our guide could not get a girlfriend or get laid basically and he did not know why. MAYBE IF HE LEARNT TO LISTEN TO A WOMAN HE MIGHT HAVE MORE LUCK, but what do I know I'm only a woman with a long history of being with woman. Our guide asked Tom if he had met anyone in India. Tom told him he had spent the night with a girl in Kalkutta but that was it. The guide "money?" Tom quickly told him it was not a prostitute but by choice. Guide "ahh you bought her lots ...

    More forts, shopping and camels

    A travel blog entry by karen.raymond on Nov 27, 2014

    42 photos

    ... we wandered through the narrow streets and out to the ramparts. We stopped at one point for photos and asked a young chap sitting in his shop doorway if he'd take one for us. He turned out to be sitting cross legged on a cushion painting a tiny picture of two elephants - painting miniatures is a particular specialty here and he was delightful, taking time in a very qiuet and unoppressive way (so unlike most shopkeepers we've come across) to show us his work. It ...

    Bhang Shaped Brick

    A travel blog entry by travelnshit on Nov 16, 2014

    35 photos

    ... the "let's all drink this poison together" approach favoured by deluded cult leaders the world over? But nope. Jauhar, as it's called, involves the queens and princesses (during an elaborate ceremony of course, Rajputs do love a good ceremony) getting dressed up in their wedding garb and throwing themselves onto a fire. Then the men flung open the gates and tore ...

    Rural village stay Part II - Indian village life

    A travel blog entry by yiasia on Nov 06, 2014

    19 photos

    ... with the residents there.

    They then proceeded to guide us around the village to see the various homes, families and farmland where they make their lives. All of the cows were colorfully decorated from a recent festival with wreaths wrapped around blue or red painted horns. We tasted some fresh peanuts just pulled from the ground (did you know they were a root?!) and got to hold a peacock chick and baby goats. Then it was back to our guest house above a ...