Hotel Deoki Niwas Palace
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<b><u>Pre Blog</u&g t;</b> This is our second Intrepid Camel Safari, <a href="http://www.travelpod.com/travel-b log/robinstride/2/tpod.html" target="_blank">the first being a week in the Moroccan desert</a> back in 2011. Back then it was two nights in very basic accommodation, basically a £10 argos two man play tent, no toilet facilities and baking bread in the sand. ...
... 8220;the Golden City”! Due to all its golden sand!
As for the hotel, a real palace in the outskirts of the citadel with all the luxuries required to make it a wonderful stay. It was 4:00pm when we arrived which gave me ample of time to freshen up a bit, explore the grounds before a night out with the group!
... and Salim almost locks it up as we skid to a stop off the right hand side of the road, metres from the battered old truck. Salim start...s to berate the driver, who hops down from his seat in army fatigues. His mate gets down also, and a car pulls over and 2 people hop out to join the ruckus. I don't know what they're all saying, it's loud and animated, but I sense a moment where it could all turn ugly. I look out across the horizon, miles and miles of ...
... of Rajasthan, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur and Bikaner are a part of the Great Indian Desert. On arrival we check into our camp before embarking afternoon camel safari through the Sand Dunes. Jeep and Camel safaris are considered to be the best way to experience this vast desert as you are enchanted by the ever-changing landscape. With five star luxury hotels mushrooming across the state of Rajasthan, not many young Rajput men gave thought to preserving the real way of ...
... with a simple, "Hup!" In reality I was lead over to a camel called Simon where I repeatedly failed to get my leg high enough to straddle to saddle resulting in the camel driver, Abdullah, getting me to use his knee as a step. I shuffled into a semi-comfortable position. Simon ******.
Simon, seemed to like being at the back, probably so he could use the camel in front's **** ...