Deepak Rest House
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDeepak Rest House Jaisalmer
The Deepak is a family run hotel, our room was bright and airy with good views. When it's very hot some of the guests sleep on the roof top. Food was good and plenty of cold beer
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The wonder of a European/Continental breakfast: for me breakfast is always the hardest to get used to in foreign lands (if I can at all) I love my yoghurt with oatmeal/muesli/etc, whole grain bread with butter/cheese/cold cuts, egg dishes, etc. So it was wonderful to have breakfast at a place where the menu consisted of European breakfast dishes.< …
After a shower washing off all the dust from the desert we went on a walking-tour of Jaisalmer. The City is known for its stone carving, which they do everywhere in need of a little more decoration. Many of the facades are fantastically intricate and very beautiful. We saw the local Jain Temple (Jainism is a religion), visited some of the local …
Yesterday we arrived in Jaisalmer around lunchtime. Jaisalmer is in the middle of the Thar-desert, so it is very hot and dry. We transferred to a hotel where we repacked our bags so we could just bring our day-packs into the desert for the camel safari.
The part of Jaisalmer where we stayed was the old fort; Jaisalmer is called "The …
The camel car picked us up at 3pm, it has been a bit touch and go as to whether we would go on the safari or not, as there appears to be rain clouds on the horizon . It's an hours car ride to the camels then a 1 1/2hr camel ride to the edge of the desert where we will camp for the night. Our camels were tied together in pairs and led by a camel …
After checking into our hotel in Delhi, we then spent the next couple of hours wandering through the market at the top of the street. It was bustling with people,
bikes and cows – normal every day market stuff we see on Dronfield market - Not!
The stallholders were trying to tempt us with their wares,
but strangely 90 …