Hotel Dhola Maru
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... next destinations, Züge, Flüge etc.) für die nächsten Wochen zusammen. Dank des 'sehr schnellen' Internets in Indien benötige ich 'nur' drei Stunden^^ (Achtung Ironie!).
Am Nachmittag chille ich am See. Ein angenehmer Wind weht mir um die Ohren. Im Wasser schwimmen zur Abkühlung einige Kühe und Stiere, da es mittlerweile sehr heiß geworden ist. Ich suche mir ein schatziges Plätzchen, wo ich meine Ruhe habe und nicht die ganze Zeit angesprochen ...
... they rest/sleep there during the day and at night they are allowed to browse for food on the military firing range behind them. Ikram says that camels are used a lot as beasts of burden because they are very polite animals..... which I didn't know.
We got to Jaisalmer "the Golden City" by about 15:30. Built with sandstone the same colour as the ground. On the way into the city we stopped to see Gadi Sagar, once the only water supply, and now a ...
... with adrenaline pumping for half an hour when they came a bit closer, panicking, but presuming Carl was hiding too. He couldn't stop laughing when I eventually put my head back out, telling him I had been hiding, realising he was completely relaxed because there was no danger at all. We laughed even more in the morning when the small friendly dog came over in the morning wagging her tail looking for food and attention. On the way back from the desert one ...
... often they want you to go to their shop and buy something, but once you have said no, most are happy to just pass the time of day with you and find out where you are from. Paul is having a great time as he still looks like Big Show (wwf wrestler popular in India) and often gets people asking for his photograph, he now poses with his arms up, biceps curled and a scowl on his face this causes much amusement! This was particularly funny when he was taken on a ...
... decoration is in the intricate stonework rather than paintings.
Before we moved onto our hotel we visited a local craft shop where we were shown examples of desert art and crafts which included the traditional patchwork and embroidery found in the surrounding desert. It was then off to the hotel, the Gorbandh Palace Hotel, for a quick change before we went to supper at Trio - where we ate on a roof terrace overlooking the Mandir Palace and up at the walls of the ...