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. …
... hours we stopped by a watering hole so the camels could get a drink. By this time it was only 10ish and the sun was getting pretty intense and an hour later we had trekked through enough bushland to arrive at our lunchtime destination.
Punja found us a lovely bit of shade under a tree and layed out a picnic blanket for us to chill on whilst he tended the camels, lit a fire and set about making us lunch. He had brought all of ...
... women in Rajasthan wear very brightly coloured saris, which stick out against the bleak colours of the buildings. The carvings in this city are hard to believe and there are beautifully painted wedding invitations on the houses and businesses from many years past. As always, it was important to dodge the tuk-tuks and other means of transportation as you walk around. On our first evening, we watched the sunset over the fort from across town; it was spectacular. You can immediately see ...
... dung beetles making intricate patterns in the sand. Also caught a fleeting glimpse of what looked like a desert fox. The size of the dune system and the number of people out meant it didn't feel particularly isolated but we were out of sight of others most of the time. The dunes obviously function a bit like the beach at home as a couple of truck loads of young lads drove past us at one point whistling and hooting (Yes children your mothers still get whistled ...
... stroking action but it was one of those really subtle brushes. Was it accidental? Did it even happen or has the heat melted the rational part of my brain?
I decided against smashing his face into the wall, just in case, but when he came over uninvited to take my camera so he could take a photo of me then snuggle in for a selfie I figured that yeah, there ...