Hotel Killa Bhawan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free airport shuttle
- Multilingual staff
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The golden city: hot, windy, dusty, loud, dreamlike, traditional, friendly, picturesque, romantic, luxurious, historical, adventerous, sandy, colourful, delicious, educational... We spend 2 days in the fort of Jaisalmer, in the most amazing honeymoonsuite that made us feel like Maharajas ;-) with a balcony overlooking the fort and the town and an …
... today in a Dorm and pay 3 € for the night.
Subsequently, I arrange myself my travel route (NEXT destinations, courses, flights etc.) for the next weeks. Owing to “much” Internets snap in India need I “only” three Stunden^^ (attention irony!).
In the afternoon I chill out at the lakeside. A pleasant wind blows me around the ears. In the water some cows and bulls swim for cooling, since it became meanwhile very hot. ...
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was really impressive. It is a great way
to get across this difficult terrain with little effort so I can see why they
have been used for transportation for so long.
We watched the sunset, and of course we got harassed to buy
things and give money from a handful of people, but it was nice and relaxing
... to a local village for some traditional Rajastanie song and dance. We had a nice little veg curry an rice combo and watched the locals dance to the piercingly load traditional music, that was very impressive, even if the volume was a little too high.
As we left to go back to camp, we were warned of an oncoming sandstorm that might come through and hit us, but after a little debating we said we'd chance it. In for a penny in for a pound....or a Rupee in this case. ...
I gave the town of Jaisalmer itself quite a wide berth, as you would expect. But how could I not go into the Jaisalmer Fort – probably the only living fort in India.
Jaisalmer is a small town. In the olden days, it was just a small village. It was repeatedly threatened and invaded and so the ruler got the whole village into the fort, both as a means of protection as well getting the maximum recruits ...