Hotel Simla Haveli

Address: On fort, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, 345001, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on On fort, Jaisalmer, is near Stok Palace Museum and Tibetan Market.
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    Travel Blogs from Jaisalmer

    Jodhpur and Jaisalmer

    A travel blog entry by kezandstevie on Aug 20, 2015

    55 photos

    ... other thing to note about Jodhpur is that it was where we finally succumbed to that fabled and typical affliction known throughout India as 'Delhi-belly’. To make a long story short, we ate some funny-smelling food, and then we felt rather ill for a few days. We got over it, although it took a week or more to fully revive our appetites. It is of course expected in India, and so we didn’t feel too short-changed or upset by it. I don’t think we have in fact met ...

    Camels and campfire

    A travel blog entry by meva on Dec 29, 2014

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... the sunset, going on to camp or being requested for a tip so he could go back to his camp. We settled for going on to ours.

    Camp consisted of a small tent, set up with two beds and thick quilts. We could see a small town in the distance and unfortunately the area is being overcommercialised for tourism. We could see (and hear) other groups of mainly Indian tourists camped around us. Many were 4WD safaris, with the ...

    The train to Jaisalmer

    A travel blog entry by karen.raymond on Nov 26, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    The hotel car delivered us to Jodhpur station for the 5 o'clock train and a porter manfully trolled our bags to platform A2 - we had to cross the tracks to avoid a high bridge which was interesting. Unsurprisingly the train was delayed and we waited on the platform till about 6 watching the stations most populous inhabitants scurry about (see photo). Just as with the blasting of horns by cars and rickshaws, the trains passing through ...

    Looking beneath the top layer

    A travel blog entry by steverino on Oct 26, 2014

    4 photos

    ... homes and shops. The shadows and remnants of that grace and beauty are still there, but you have to look for it. One must be prepared to see beyond a lot. Garbage and cow **** everywhere. Narrow lanes with nowhere safe to walk, choked with motorbikes and autorickshaws blaring their horns constantly. Garish signs hawking everything from "English Wine and Beer" to camel safaris to pizza. Touts persistently harassing ...

    Camel safari!

    A travel blog entry by keeleymclaren on Jun 10, 2014

    ... carpet unfortunately and when we arrived, as soon as the blanket and pillows were down I crashed out asleep. I was woken up, slightly sandy by Mr Khan in the morning for the sunrise and breakfast. We had chai, toast, jam, bananas and mango but unfortunately no eggs as they had managed to break enroute. A few more hours camel riding brought us to another village with loads of goats, then a lake where we could swim to cool off. Half an hour later the jeep arrived and after ...