Jawahar Niwas Palace
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... one and sure enough they were freezing! God knows how he got them to stay so cold in the middle of a desert?? Cold Kingfisher in hand off we went to explore the dunes and watch the sunset. It was absolutely stunning and the colours were amazing (our pics don't really do it justice) afterwards we headed back to the camp and our guides had prepared tea. It was a potato and lentil daal with rice and chapatis and was delicious, one of the tastiest meals we had in India! ...
... little thieves, ran over to our jeep and immediately started asking us to take their picture and to give them money and chocolate. Two cute girls latched on to me and wanted to hold my hand everywhere we went but I had the suspicion they were devising a plan to steal the rings off of my fingers. I was a sucker and gave one bracelet away and once the word got out, the rest were ripped from my wrist and distributed among the ...
... see beyond the city, over the dry, sparsely vegetated landscape. There are no dunes around the city, just a brown, rock strewn plain and a cloud of dust that settles on everything from a laptop keyboard to my vegetable biriyani!
Looking in another direction we see the massive Jaisalmer Fort, founded in 1156. The fort here is termed a 'living fort', as 3000 inhabitants still work and reside within ...
... to, riding with the rhythm of the camel and the dingle of the bell on one of the camels. On arrival at our campsite, the guides made our beds. These are raised beds, with a thin mattress, a pillow and 2 thick blankets for each of us. We also had our own sleeping bags, and I covered my head with my shawl, as the night ...
... by the prime minister and the Maharawal refused to help them. Our driver, like many people we met, especially in Rajisthan enjoyed telling us about the history of the place and it's people. Some, I'm sure we're based on fiction, but others were real and insightful, such as the lives of people who lived in the desert and India's relationship with Pakistan. We continued our drive. The time had come. The road was empty apart from two camels and two young men.