Hotel Jaisal Palace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... hour journey back to Udaipur for another short stay at Bhagwati Hotel.
On our final day with Rishi-ji we visited a local Batik shop to learn about this unique Indian art and try a little bit for ourselves. This is a very intricate process of decorating cloth and creating textile design. For using bees-wax on cotton, you start with a sketch on a specifically sized piece of paper and then transfer that to the cotton sheet by placing a piece of carbon paper between ...
... the difference between Jodhpur station and Jaisalmer, this was hectic and pure mayhem. Straight away we were hassled by a guy offering us a tuk tuk, I told him that we didn't want one and needed a taxi, he continued to follow us the steps from the platform which lead to a bridge that straddled many platforms, I was going to head left to what looked like the main station, the rickshaw driver said we were going the wrong way and we should head right as that side was nearer our hotel. Gem said ...
... for a middle aged S.Korean woman!
Monday 20th January 2014
- Not a great nights sleep as the sand was quite lumpy and my back and joints were quite sore by the morning. It was also surprisingly cold as a dense fog had blanketed everything with dew overnight. However, the views of the stars and the very bright moon were worth ...
... legal and sold and used openly. Many of the other places are Hindu holy cities since bhang is widely used by Sadhus (Hindu holy men) in religious rituals. and is also used in traditional Ayurvedic medicine. My understanding is that bhang is made from the leaves of the cannabis plant rather than flowers and buds, but I'm not really sure. In any event, it's mostly used as an additive to drinks and foods and is best known as an ingredient in "special" lassis (yogurt ...
Today started with going inside the Jaisalmer Fort. It is only about 5 minutes walk from where we are staying. Jaisalmer lies on the main caravan route for the trading was the central of the spice and silk trade route. The fort is perched hi on the hill, it looks like is has growen from a rock in an undulating sea of sand. Inside the fort is the Jain Temple (dating back to 12-15th centuries)and the City Palace. We wandered around ...