Jawahar Niwas Palace

No.1, Bada Bagh Road, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, 345001, India | 1 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Jaisalmer

Trains, Dogs and Camels

A travel blog entry by judy.tagell


... our shower didn't work so we washed under a tap in cold water! You get used to it after a while ;) Also our toilet didn't flush so we had to fill a bucket of water every time we went to the loo to get it to flush! Not exactly what you need when you're living off curry and you only met your roommate a few days earlier!

After our cold showers we went for an orientation walk around the city, which has the most beautiful hand carved buildings. As we were walking around, ...


A travel blog entry by stuartpaine


... delayed by about an hour, Indian trains have a habit of stopping on the tracks in the middle of nowhere for half an hour or more at a time - you don't why they do it, there's no wrong type of leaves on the line announcement, nothing, you just sit there not knowing and try to be patient (ha ha not easy for some). We knew when the train was coming into Jaisalmer as all the Indians were getting their bags ready to be first off the train, us on the other hand were quite ...

Hot Earth Soft Sand

A travel blog entry by wilsonheng


... one 30 mins earlier. The extra waiting time meant that I got to make some friends with the chai walas and stall vendors at this derelict bus "station".

Only an hour journey, this beat up mini bus blazed through flat plains dotted with stunted bushes, leaving a sandstorm behind us. Besides the occasional sights of galloping camels and clumsy donkeys, I was quite rapt that the bus route came very close to the ginormous wind turbines ...

Taj Mahal, Tigers and Forts Oh My!

A travel blog entry by emandtim


... up for the next day. The afternoon was spent visiting a famous lord Ganesha temple and Ranthambhore Fort. Again i have to reference one of Walt Disney's movies (really start to wonder if he visited India alot) but this time the Jungle Book. This place really looked like it was taken out of the Jungle Book with it's slightly over grown temples and beautiful views. To add to the jungle book feeling, the place was covered in monkeys and apparently when we were on our ...

Palaces and bedspreads

A travel blog entry by lauralamble


... and samosas, the shopping began. A bedspread, a throw and 5 scarves later (1 of which is genuine pashmina wool, and the other 100% cashmere) and I was well and truly shopped out!! The problem I have is that everything is so cheap compared to back home. I looked at everything and just thought how much it would have cost if I bought the same quality of material in the UK (that's how I justified it yesterday!). So there is now a large package winging its way home to the UK, ...

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This 1 star hotel, located on No.1, Bada Bagh Road, Jaisalmer, is near Stok Palace Museum and Tibetan Market.
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