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Today we returned to Jaisalmer Fort to visit a small complex of Jain Temples. The early rulers of the fort allowed the Jains to build their temples, though they weren't allowed to reside within the fort. Jainism is an ancient religion, an offshoot of Hinduism, but with some significant differences. Jains believe that all creatures, from microbes to …
Today we had another leisurely start as we were having lunch at the 'desert camp' before we set off on the road to Jaisalmer. Once we had said our goodbyes we returned to the main road and headed the last 60 kms West to Jaisalmer As we approached the city we could see this hill in the distance surmounted by an enormous sand castle often called the …
... onto a sandy dirt track which appeared to cross a dry watercourse and we drew up at our tented hotel, The Serai. We were met by the lovely hotel manager who was welcoming, obviously proud of his hotel and who took us on a tour. Set on tiled floors and a few stone walls, the majority of the hotel is constructed of tents: a tented reception area, bar and sitting area and the dining room. Behind this was a courtyard leading to a raised pool area with an infinity pool overlooking ...
... inquisitive stares from across the carriage with a brief summary of our itinerary. I am secretly fond of theses ugly, clunky trains and of sitting in the door watching the countryside flash by - health and safety of course. I am even accustomed to the horrendous toilets, the greasy station food and the polystyrene thimbles of chai. We are getting braver in this respect and sampled all three. Unfortunately, the fun doesnt make the beds any longer, lessen the smell of ...
... t have enough cash on me which was the equivalent of about $80. It was a lot by Indian standards. I was shocked he carried that much money on him and that he paid for it without a second thought. I discreetly asked Mike if he'd mind staying in the hospital room with me in the other bed. I heard of women getting taken advantage of or even raped while alone in hospitals. He seemed to have already planned on it and brought back some items he thought I'd need. The night was long and ...