Hotel Shreenath Palace
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Desert View Hotel turned out to be alright. Located at the southern end of the Jaisalmer Fort, it is only 15 mins walk uphill to the 1st Gate of the fort. The only disadvantage being far away from the the main city action that is Ghandi Chowk, located northeast of the fort.
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Desert View Hotel, run by a free spirited Korean lady, had something special to offer - Korean food and ...
With a hearty breakfast inside us, and a day of rest had, we were ready for site seeing in thirty four degrees plus. Locals assured us that it was a good time to do things at this time of the year as it was much cooler than the summer, which is about ten degrees hotter...
First stop were a couple of Jain temples (built between the twelfth and fifteenth century). Architecture like I've never seen before. The entire structures of both temples were carved ...
... for us to jump into. This definitely made the heat worthwhile. Yesterday morning was actually much more productive than I expected and despite the heat we walked around the insides of the fort for a couple of hours. More interesting than some places because it is both lived and worked in daily. The one let down for me was how all the electric wires on the buildings got in the way of every photo opportunity. They should obviously rethink that bit... We were ...
... We made it to our pick up point and bade farewell to our camels and their owners - giving tips where they were due.
And with that, our night in the desert with the camels was over, and we headed back to Jaisalmer in the jeeps. What a night!
We made it back to our hotel and spent the rest of our time in Jaisalmer resting up in preparation for our 18 hour train journey from Jaisalmer back to Delhi (and the end of our India trip).
What an experience! ...
... and formidable, one unfortunate detail was ruining the illusion. If I could have made one simple suggestion to whoever was in charge, it would have been this; Get rid of the shorts. Because no matter how radical, right-wing or extremist you may be; nobody will take you in the least bit seriously if you’re wearing baggy khaki shorts that stop halfway down your thighs. As they stomped and paraded through the streets they put me in mind of a bunch of overgrow ...