Hotel Jaisal Palace
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... of a brunch, and other of the girls and I went to the fabric co-op to get some stuff. I got a bed spread for a friend of mine who got married five years ago, while I was in Singapore. I know that a 5 year delay is quite a lot, but I would rather give a meaningful present than a timely one. I hope she'll love it; the bedspread is made out of old wedding sarees.
In the ...
... in the hot sun. The bed beneath the stars was laid out invitingly and we prepared for a good night's rest. At least we did, our fellow Spanish riders ran up and down the sand dunes squealing for some time until they tired themselves out. Unfortunately, the bright moon, the clammy, grimy quilts and snuggling up against complete randoms made for a less than restful night.
Awaking (or to be more accurate, no longer pretending to sleep beneath the clammy ...
... who lived there, operating little shops and going about their daily lives. Walking around it was incredible to see the detailed carvings on the portions of the fort that used to be palaces all the while taking in the excellent people watching as we navigated the narrow streets and pathways.
Our first stop within the fort was a series of Jain temples where we had the chance to view some incredible carvings. As a related religion to Hinduism the temples ...
Just a couple of photos at the beginning from yesterday which we forgot to load...... We had a lazy start to our second day in Jaisalmer...regrouping and preparing for our overnight train journey to Jaipur. The day began with a mist from the desert obscuring our view of the fort. The Indian Airforce appeared to be having a break from border patrol duties..consequently a quiet breakfast. We had our first experience ...
... stars, or a satellite steadily making its way across the globe in a perfectly straight line. It's ******* magical. I remember the very first time I saw a sky like this, I was 18 years old and in Cornwall, staying in a caravan park in a village which, back then, didn't have street lighting. I happened to glance up and nearly fell over. I never imagined the sky could look so beautiful. ...