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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... around and around the shops and of course still getting lost. We visited the Jian Temples, that are all interconnected, 7 in all. These are Buddhist and beautiful like all the holy sites are. I bought some clothes ( larger ones pffft) and some cheap jewelry. I am getting very good at haggling and almost always pay less than half of the original asking price. I'm probably STILL getting ripped off but then you check yo self and realize that you are ...
... me past every intricate turn, and soon I was standing in the hotel lobby, a high atrium open to the sky with intricate carvings, crumbling pillars and faded family portraits stretching back 300 years hung randomly on the walls. The hotel Suraj was an ancient haveli dating back some 500 years and, in the words of its website, "As the Hotel is a old haveli so all the rooms ceilings are being made with wood and iron hooks in it and the grounds are being made with cow ...
... safari squad, a solo Canadian traveler named Norris, who we all got along with very well. We ended our camel safari with sore butts and tanned skin, and after saying goodbye to our camels, we headed back to Jaisalmer to enjoy one more day off shopping and educational experiences.
We said goodbye to our safari guides at the train station, where we boarded a 17 hour overnight train to Delhi, the capital city of India.
Emily and Katie
... there. We did a bit of shopping – buying Mojri’s – leather slippers with embroidery work etc and returned to our hotel to be picked up for our desert safari.
Around 3pm we set out for Sam dunes which is about 40 kms away from Jaisalmer in an open jeep. The heat was mind numbing. We reached and were put on top of two camels, one adult and one child per camel and rode about 30 mins on camelback to reach the dunes. There was quite a crowd, many people and many ...
... balcony overlooking the fort and the town and an amazing rooftop terrace. We roamed around the tiny streets full of handicrafts and beautifully carved houses, visited the palace and had delicious diner. Miraculously, even Stans backpack made it to Jaisalmer one day after us, who would have ...