Hotel Moonlight Jaisalmer
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... yellow sand which make the atmosphere of the room's fresh, hygienic and cool.". As its owner, Mr Gowerdhan Vyas, explained to me, the haveli was “builded in 1526 and still run by descendant of same family”. He went on to thank me for coming because only by tourism could he afford to maintain this large home. I think we may have been his only guests and, at under £10 a night per person, it is unlikely that it will ever receive the substantial restoration it ...
... an Antiques Emporium. We began with a drink in the downstairs courtyard. Clambering to the top of the building we discovered an Aladdin's cave of intricately carved doors, opium boxes, dowry chests, lamps, knives, shields etc. Karen succumbed to some fine salesmanship. She was very happy with her purchases. We worked our way through a maze of rooms until finally we reached the fabric room where Liz and ...
We left our comfortable Udaipur hotel early, at 5am, (last Wednesday) to reach the bus station where we would catch our ride to Jodhpur, the blue city. We boarded a luxurious bus (complete with A/C!) for a speedy 5 hour journey. Arrival in Jodhpur found us once again haggling with the auto rickshaw drivers to take us to our quaint guest house, tucked in an alleyway that took some serious squeezing to get through.
We didn't have as much time as we would ...
19 hours in a plane, over a day of travel and 2 continents later I have arrived in India. I’m in india! I actually said that to myself about 10 times from the time I first smelt the warm air till I managed to get into a cab. Let the HONKING begin. (First couple things about India - honking is used for a plethora of reasons: get out of my way, I am passing, hurry up, move over, hi there, and so on, pretty amusing actually. Red lights have ...
... to Jaisalmer where we picked up our guide. He showed us a man made lake which collected monsoon water, where the Maharaja tried to keep cool in the summer - to our mind 50C deg seems unimaginable - and which was used for drinking water until recently. Then we went to the fort which was built high up on the top of a sandy hill, a range of fortifications built in the most martial and defensive style but now threatened by the effects of the receding water table making ...