Narayan Niwas Palace
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... stone blocks. After our 100 rupee ($2 AUD) all you can eat lunch we split off and did some shopping. We spent about an hour in a shop that hand makes soft furnishings out of pre-loved wedding garments. The owner seemed impressed when I pointed out to the others what was silk and what wasn't, unless he was just humouring me. The people here are a lot friendlier. They'll say hello with out wanting something from you and they're ...
... sleep in the desert, it's part of our car and driver deal and supposedly one of the must do adventures in western Rajasthan. Sheila is not so keen on the camel as a mode of transport. She is more the horse sort of woman and can ride like the Lone Ranger. Consequently she is having a mild bout of camel fear, made worse by the "sleeping under the stars in the desert without a proper toilet" aspect of the coming night. Actually, camels are not such a big deal, we rode them on ...
... safari squad, a solo Canadian traveler named Norris, who we all got along with very well. We ended our camel safari with sore butts and tanned skin, and after saying goodbye to our camels, we headed back to Jaisalmer to enjoy one more day off shopping and educational experiences.
We said goodbye to our safari guides at the train station, where we boarded a 17 hour overnight train to Delhi, the capital city of India.
Emily and Katie
... at 7pm the whole 84 villages up and left, no one knows where to. Good Story.
Tonight, together with our new found Sri-Lanken friend, we venture into a little street eating shop that has been recommended. Sue sees a rat as soon as we walk in and wants to walk straight out. Turns out its a cat, so no rats. Still a a pretty grotty place. However order Tandoori chicken, first meat for 8 days, the best tandoori chicken we have ever ...
... 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 ...