Hotel Rang Mahal
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On our way into Jaisalmer we stopped and had a look at camels with their young and some flowering native flora. We also noted a lot of wind farm mills to supply power to Jaisalmer.
We arrived at the Rang Mahal Hotel on the western outskirts of town where we would spend the next night of our trip. This was a very nice new hotel and we had …
... up early and opened the cards I had been given in the UK .
We had breakfast downstairs , toast , jam, butter and tea - again a great pot of tea . Di has been getting special treatment too , tea in bed at 7.30 am - Hindu told me he always looks after the older people , they always need their tea!!
Another chilled day for us , wandering around the streets , stopping for lunch and drinks. Martin wanted to go to the Lassi cafe , I had strawberry , Di ...
... The fort is partially lit up at night so after dinner we took a stroll into the fort and explored some of the winding streets. But after a while the novelty of being hassled and chatted to by every local wore off and we headed back to the hotel. It was now very dark but we had a torch and felt quite safe finding our way back trying not to trip over sleeping cows and dogs. This morning we have had a tough start to the day. Omelette, toast and banana with Chai tea (or Indian masala ...
... the last few years? Does global
economic crisis ring any bells, who hasn’t had it tough? Until that
is we hit June 28th 2012 when Saturn falls into my correct alignment. From June 28th I will gradually
free flow and bob into a happy and long life with one health problem at some
point, for which I will have support.
Work wise I will be working alongside a government affiliated organisation
(vague) and I will ...
After a very leisurely lunch (4hours!) we said goodbye to the english siblings and after ali ba ba had rounded up our wayward camels we gracefully got back on an away we went. We then met up with another group of camels being ridden my an australian couple - jules and trista from perth - and a few estonians. They joined us to treck to the dunes. By the time we reached the pretty cool looking sand dunes everyone was more than ready to get off the ...