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TravelPod Member ReviewsFort Rajwada Jaisalmer
It's the most beautiful location I saw in Jaisalmer, and we got to stay there!!! Don't get the tea though, unless you want to spend 100 rupees on it!
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... with a number of little ghats and temples along the edge.
Then we drove out of town to see the Royal Cenotaphs, where the members of the royal family are interred. Beautiful memorials, and very peaceful other than some kid who insisted on being our guide and wouldn't take no for an answer. We went up to Sunset Point, where we got to watch the sun set while some kids were flying kites.
Some tea and dessert at the hotel dining room and off to bed.
... The camel tour began at 3pm and there were 9 people in our group (including the 2 Colombians that we met the day before and booked our trip with). We were picked up from our hotel and driven about 45 minutes out of town. Along the way we stopped at a Muslim village which could have been interesting if it weren't for the fact that all the villagers saw us as a big, fat dollar sign. Immediately the children, who were darling ...
... close call. The hassle never really came when we exited the station, especially considering that we had been expecting complete mayhem. As we walked out of the station we saw a lad holding up a placard stating our hotel name on it (hotel Shahi) and the lad confirmed that he was our transport to the hotel. It turned out he is one of the owners sons and his name was Hemant. He blasted out some really good Bollywood music on the way to the hotel one tune in particular by ...
... was basic but nice, then back on the camel for a 1 hour ride back to the car. Today my bum certainly felt the ride, near the end we had the camels running, there is a bit of an art ride a camel at speed. Not sure if I could do this for a long distance. Once we returned Sadik asks if we could print a picture for the camel drivers. They had heard the story of what happened at the cultural show last night and would really like a photo print as well. ...
... days, into the desert but after just an hour it was readily apparent that we were more Lawrence Welk than Lawrence of Arabia. My **** was killing me and I breathed a sigh of relief when it became clear that we were stopping for the day.
The promotional leaflet described the dunes as mountainous, which they weren’t. However, they were a pretty decent size and looked as you would expect a sand-dune to look, sandy, steep and wind rippled. After gratefully ...