Hotel Pleasant Haveli
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Banquet room
- Non-smoking rooms
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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 …
Jaisalmer is a city in the middle of the Thar desert surrounding the old fortified town of bright orange sandstone. We ventured up to the old town this morning and went around the fort with audio guides which we love as they don't tell you about their cousin who has a camel. We wandered the streets and bazaars which are quite cool being shaded by the buildings and got talking to a lad selling patchwork embroidery who spoke excellent English, he was studying ancient ...
... made us some lunch. To do this they made a little wood fire and cooked on it! I was amazed! The food was lovely. We all got to know each other a bit more and then were introduced to our camels. Mine was called Sonia and Miss Rich's was called Victor. We all sat on our camels and began our desert safari! It was a brilliant experience but one that was very achy. My legs and bum were hurting after only 15 minutes of a two hour trek. Miss ...
Our train was due to depart at 1145pm so we headed to the train station at 11pm. The train station at Jaipur is the most organised we have been to, the displays of arriving and departing trains is actually working and up to date. The platform numbers are well marked so our job is made easy, we quickly work out the train is about 15 minutes late and from platform 4. A few minutes before the train arrives the carriage numbers are also highlighted so ...