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... Hotel Royale in Jaisalmer which lived up to its name as our room had a 4 poster bed and there was a pool and a roof top restaurant with views of the floodlit fortifications of the old city of Jaisalmer above.
Our second day in Jaisalmer began with a guided walking tour along the winding alleys of the old town where we visited a stunning sandstone Jain temple where each interior surface was carved with beautiful ...
... on her own belt.. I said to the husband, "you can sit next to your wife if you like"... He replied, "No, I prefer it this way".... You may have noticed as some people get older and hard of hearing, they'll also become blissfully unaware of their gastro goings on and ever not so subtly, 'let one or a few rip'... If they can't hear it, it didn't happen and we look the other way.... because bless them, they're old and probably can't help it. I ...
Around 6:00 I am waked by loud prayer calls, which will transfer by means of loudspeakers. Since I must pay today my room again, checke I in the early out and looks for itself a cheaper hotel. The new hotel has a large pool, stable Internet and is only two going minutes to the bus after Jodphur, my next goal far away. ...
But perhaps this is part of its charm. A worn stone staircase wound up to our room; this was vast, a huge hall supported by pillars all once frescoed, but now peeling and faded. A high medieval roof made of wood had in part collapsed and was now supported by iron girders; huge vaulted windows with balconies overlooking the alley below were unglazed, but could be closed by heavy wooden doors dating back hundreds of years; an iron-studded pair ...
... never seen such a disgusting beach as this. We have seen some bad ones but this is just the pits. Its like taking a walk through a tip. For sure our walk did not last very long.
Next Stop - Indore.
Nope we'd never heard of it either but it's where Bryan has some business colleagues so he is going to meet with them.
It's right in the centre of India a part we haven't been to before so looking forward to seeing something ...