Narayan Niwas Palace
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... had bad breath and I found it really funny. Before raj had walked close to my camel and I enjoyed touching his face also hoping he would not bite me, I thought he liked it and that's why he walked so close but Kirsty did not touch him and he still went close to her and her camel. We arrived at base camp, set up and fire and took pictures of the rolling dunes which was cool. There were these big beetles everywhere which walked around and then buried their beetle faces ...
... a lazy morning wondering around we were picked up from our hotel at 2pm and driven out into the desert for about an hour where we met our 3 guides and our camels (Bulldozer and Archie :)) after the camels had been loaded with supplies and our camping stuff we jumped on (literally as they were the biggest camels I had ever seen) and we set off into the baking hot desert. At first the riding wasn't too bad but after 2 hours it was pretty uncomfortable and my thighs and ...
... no sellers selling any food or drink. We got some fried snacks from a small station after realizing our goof up. The only possible dinner at a station would have been possible in Jodhpur at midnight. We were too lazy to get up from our cozy berths and Ananth who had stepped out to try and catch a bite had to throw away his Poori Sabji after a couple of bites when the train hooted and started leaving the station. So we landed in Delhi tired and hungry and looking forward to food, fan and ...
... 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 ...
We decided to posh it up in an air conditioned taxi rather than taking 9 hours on a local bus. This proved to be a wise decision as the Korean girl who couldn't be persuaded to travel with us was nearly brought to tears by the journey we later found out. We passed close to the Pakistan border and through tribal areas before seeing a wind turbine farm as far as the eye could see. Jaisalmer has that desert frontier feel about it and we soon checked into a ...