Hotel Suraj

Address: Old City, Next to Jain Temple, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, 345001, India | Castle
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This castle, located on Old City, Next to Jain Temple, Jaisalmer, is near Stok Palace Museum and Tibetan Market.
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      Travel Blogs from Jaisalmer

      Jaisalmer - the desert city

      A travel blog entry by davebythesea on Dec 04, 2014

      29 photos

      Khuri lies forty-eight km SW of Jaisalmer. After Judith and I had been quoted a taxi fare of 1,200 rupees (about 12), Nepal said we were being 'taken for a ride!' Instead, his friend from the village, the Khuri taxi driver would do it for 800. Moreover, as taxis were not allowed into the fort itself, Nepal would accompany us all the way to …


      A travel blog entry by martycindy on Jan 21, 2014

      11 comments, 20 photos

      This would be our second time taking an AC3 train, which is a tiny bit more run down than AC2, with the main difference being that they fit 3 beds into a space normally reserved for 2. We got the top bunk each time, which we were grateful for, but sitting up was next to impossible with the reduced room. Scheduled for a 530am arrival, we get in …

      Honking, Mosques and Desert Plains

      A travel blog entry by kaila.mctavish on Mar 24, 2014

      2 comments, 11 photos

      ... this is absolutely relaxing and contributing to my current evening zen.
      The past two days we tackled Old Delhi and saw one of the old mosques (Jama Mosque) that was also designed by Shah Janhan, the same man that did the Taj. It was constructed with red sandstone and because of his love for marble had while marble inlaid. It was beautiful, but I have to say paying to climb over 160 stairs to the top and see the view of the mosque and the never ending city ...

      One hump or two?

      A travel blog entry by martycindy on Jan 22, 2014

      4 comments, 62 photos

      ... are waiting. A very dark skinned man named Dadiyar, wearing a turban and a blue cloak, casts his eyes on us to size us up. "You there", pointing to me, "come with me". Apparently due to my muscular physique and impressive size, I get the biggest camel - the champ. Belo is his name, and I don't think he likes me. I try to pet him..Belo moves away. When I get on the mounted seat, Dadiyar tells me to hold on tight! Looking Belo straight in the eyes to ...

      Desert, Dunes and Alberta

      A travel blog entry by wanderingbish on Nov 17, 2013

      52 photos

      ... time I did play my camel her song. Earlier in the morning I had decided that my camel should have a Western name, mainly because I couldn't pronounce her Hindi name! After some thought Alberta was decided upon, named after the Clapton classic. Unfortunately having named her so I was unable to get this song out of my head for the full safari, and beyond. Never the less, I played this song to Alberta after lunch and I have to say, she didn't seem in the slightest bit ...