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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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... and discover the fort for ourselves, meeting various friendly shop keepers and other travelers in the process. By the end of our time in Jaisalmer we were sad to be leaving so soon, wishing we could have one more day. We caught an early morning train to our the last stop of our Rajasthan tour: Jodpur. By this point we had been touring extensively for the past month and we were shattered. We decided to take it easy in Jodpur. We had read that Jodpur earned its title as the blue ...
... last time inside the fort and not retracing them. I'm not called pathfinder Paine for nothing, I navigated our way round the fort without going the same way easily. Whilst exploring the new lanes and alleyways we hadn't been down before we stopped at a shop as we had a new order to buy some Indian trousers for Tracey's (Gem's mum for those that don't know) shop back in the UK, she sells Indian items and clothing so the mission was to buy 6 pairs of harem trousers for as little ...
... lunch until we reached sleeping area where there was a hut he had built with blankets in it. Gathered wood and made fire for dinner an also bombfire to keep warm. Dahl curry and rice for dinner so good! Did star gazing and then to bed about 9pm. Feels weird peeing in the sand haha. A few wild dogs around and camels just roaming. Dog came in during the night but Daniel kicked him out. Slept like a baby ...
... to pay full retail for something is almost insulting to them, though more rewarding financially of course. An hour later I would come across a cobbler who along with his brother and their wives, made camel skin shoes, hand embroidered with the most colorful of thread. For less than $18, two pairs are on their way back to Canada with me. After climbing the highest outer wall to take some photos, I sorta got lost and found myself deep in the residential area of the ...
... her lead, even managing a stoic smile when he draped his arm around my shoulders as if we were best pals. It’s not often that I dislike somebody so immediately, but he struck me as being a right dodgy sod. With our photographic duties fulfilled, he graciously allowed us time to appreciate the cool rooftop breeze and an admittedly magnificent view of Jaisalmer’s famous Golden Fort glowing orange in the setting sun.
The view persuaded us ...