Hotel Pleasant Haveli

Address: Chainpura Street, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, 345001, India | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Chainpura Street, Jaisalmer, is near Stok Palace Museum and Tibetan Market.
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      Travel Blogs from Jaisalmer

      Looking beneath the top layer

      A travel blog entry by steverino on Oct 26, 2014

      4 photos

      They say you either love India or hate it. That's way too simple. But I think those who love it must have the ability to look well beneath the surface. Because the surface can be pretty bad.

      Jaisalmer. The view entering the city is dominated by the stunning hilltop fort, built from the 12th century and still a living community with homes …

      Day 31: Jaisalmer - Camels & Desert

      A travel blog entry by mfln31 on Feb 01, 2014

      ... of us were on the same one. Anyone who knows of my terrible balance will already be laughing at the thought of me perched precariously on top of a massive camel! Indeed it was safe to say that I was out of my comfort zone and bricking it. Also, unfortunately the camel driver decided to bring along his grandson (I suppose) who looked about 4 and was a devil child, trying to annoy our camel and throw empty bottles under his legs! We were both cursing the little sod. ...

      To Jaisalmer Dunes

      A travel blog entry by micmorris on Nov 24, 2013

      3 comments, 24 photos

      ... from all the dancing, I don't know exactly how long it was, but it was a ton of fun. I gave the troupe of five 500 Rs to split between them. I gave the gypsy 200 Rs because it was all I had left and I figured why not. Hopefully not too surprising, but my tent doesn't have Wifi. So I'll upload this story with tomorrow's story at Fort Rajwada Hotel. Also, Travelpod was having some problems with the videos I uploaded, so I'll just stick to pictures from now ...

      Porridge on a Sand Dune

      A travel blog entry by dont_pannik on Aug 16, 2013

      ... any loose accessories; pens, bracelets, sunglasses, hair bands and hats. I even had my own elastic band offered back to me by a different child in exchange for the one already in my hair. Business is obviously learned early here! It made me feel uneasy, that bit - I don't want to just walk around their village and stare. They gain nothing, and their deprivation is not an attraction, nor should they see it as so. Their outstretched hands played on what they didn't ...