Hotel Dhola Maru
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... its only one night, fixed tents are used on the camel safari. Tents have an attached bathroom, generally with cold water only. Tents contain beds and all bedding. No need for a sleeping bag on this trip. Luxury ! I can remember tying to decide what slope of the sand dune is the best to go to the toilet in ! Today is Diwali, one of India's most famous festivals, the festival of light, and whilst ...
... At 6:30pm, we arrived at a beautiful haveli converted to a restaurant. From the rooftop terrace, the sunset turned the sky completely gold thus matching in color this Golden City! What an incredible sight!
I just couldn’t wait to explore more in depth this Golden City and find its hidden treasures.
... and in that moment of uncertainty and burgeoning fear, I marvel at the trust and faith we, all of us, place in the hands of strangers. For us, trust that everything will be OK and a faith that this man, Salim, and other strangers like these soldiers, will look after us in a foreign land, where no one has a clue where we are. After what seems like forever, tensions calm and we pull away. Brett turns to me and says, "Did you see that knife in that guys ...
... the desert and sharing it with those who care to travel and see behind the veil of make believe. Moti Singh Rathore, a direct descendant of the Thakurs of Shergarh thought of doing this. To him the location was ideal - an area far, far away from the sounds and sights of urban chaos and closer to the captivating quietude of rural Rajasthan. He dreamed of creating an experience in the area that was not quite the regular heritage hotel one often finds in Rajasthan ...
... scratching post for his face. He liked to scratch himself a lot to be honest. He'd stop dead, slowly swing his massive head around, rub his nose on his side then spend a moment deciding if he could be bothered carrying on again. Camels don't walk either, they lumber which I guess is understandable when you move your two right legs together then your two left legs. This is why you ...