Narayan Niwas Palace
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... meaning desert. We past many solar and wind power stations on our way west towards Pakistan. Jaiselmer is the last main city before the border. We will rise early, 5am to be at the main feature in town, the Jaisalmer Fort, built in 1156 and added to over the centuries, for ...
... in various states of decomposition along the way. We are staying at a humble 5 room guest house and like most guest houses, there is no hot water and the bed is as hard as a board. I'm getting used to it all and I've become quite good at washing my hair under the waist high taps on the wall as the shower nozzles are useless. One of the charming characteristics of staying in a guesthouse where a family are also living is the ambient morning throat ...
... linen place that I could have bought the entire shop, tablecloths, wall hangings, pure silk, cashmere and pashmina scarves ( which are made from the throat hair of a certain goat). They served us Chai tea and the best samosa I ever had. I bought a silk and Cashmere one which are to die for, but the sweater oh they were so nice but had to budget.
That evening we were on the rooftop cross legged around a table and candlelight again enjoying the view, beer ...
... show in a busy street scene with goat herders and people on horses etc. it was crazy to see how the directors made small adjustments etc between each take. Supposedly one of the guys was a pretty famous Bollywood after but not one I recognized. I was sad we weren't allowed to take photos was it was really cool just to stand and watch for 10 minutes. From the set we wandered through some of the staging areas like where the camels for the show were being held which was cool. On the ...
... We went up and down some steep slopes where it got us hanging on for dear life . Paid a visit to some of the Rajasthani's home, a black smith where Mom bought a camel's bell. Our guide showed us some of the the local plants and vegetables . The children waved at us and we returned the wave . Some asked for pens. Alas we don't have any that we could give them. At the blacksmith he showed us how he hammered a knife and spoons. His wife was veiled whereas his daughter ...