Jaisalmer Desert Haveli Guest House
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJaisalmer Desert Haveli Guest House
Right inside the Golden Fort of Jaisalmer this 450 year old guesthouse could not be better situated
Our room, the Mahorajhas Room is spacious and colourful and gives one the feeling of living in a bye gone era, marvellous
This family run guesthouse only aims to please, the manager and staff cannot do enough to help, nothing is too much trouble
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Full of anticipation and excitement we left in a jeep which was to take us into the desert. There were just 5 of us, Roger and Patricia from France and Lewis from China Our tour company was SAHARA TRAVELS, a company started 16 years ago by Mr Dessert. Unfortunately Mr Dessert has since died but the company continues to be run by his son Aniket. …
... 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. ...
... and kicking (not hard of course) I soon mastered the art of making Raju turn and come up beside kirstys camel on one side and the other as well as to go faster and slower. When I saw our jeep on the horizon and knew the camel ride was coming to an end I decided it was time to do some running. It took quite a lot of effort to get Raju to run but he did it and soon all the camels were running, needless to say camels are not smooth runners. When we arrived I had ...
... back probably wouldn't manage riding and dismounted. In the meantime Liz was on and up first, looking very high off lthe ground from down below, followed by Iz and me. The clambering on was difficult as there are no stirrups to put your feet in and the front and back of the saddle are quite high. Then the camel standing up is a pretty severe backward and forward swing. But we all made it safely and Samir strung us together in a line and he and Basou mounted the ...
... a throw back to Muslim rule called purdah, where a woman must be covered or hidden to "protect her from the lustful gaze of men." So basically, because blokes can't keep their paws to themselves it's the chicks who have to cover up rather than the men having to have their ***** nailed to a plank of wood until they learn to control themselves.
Ha. Yeah. ...