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 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
on the first day, we then went for a wander for a couple of hours 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 …
Arrive at the luxurious Deepak Hotel midday. It's not really luxurious, but after our 18 hr train journey, believe me this is Shangri La! Friendly, comfortable and clean - pure luxury. Our hotel is within the walls of the fort. It is the only fort in the world that is still inhabited, hence it has been referred to as a living museum. …
We arrived in Jaisalmer, the golden city in the early afternoon. After checking into our rooms, we all met upstairs on the rooftop restaurant. What a glorious welcome! We sat on cushions around a low table, with the city helow us. Our guest house is inside the old fort town where there is also a Jain temple. Inside the fort town, meat is forbidden …
... merci à M. Billu pour m'avoir permis de rester hors des sentiers battus.
Orange : Le palais Fateh Prakash et le palais de la ville au coucher du soleil
Comme j'étais dans une journée particulièrement touristique, j'ai décidé d'ajouter insulte à injure en faisant un tour de bateau sur le lac Pichola, celui qu'on peut voir sur presque toutes les photos d'Udaipur. Évidemment, j'ai opté pour le tour du coucher de soleil, parce que quand on est touriste dans un pays ...