Hotel Rang Mahal
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... and Vanessa was in her element sitting by the fire, playing her recorder and watching the sunset. The guide was surprised by the extent of our desert experience and our knowledge of camp fire cooking. It was interesting to hear his reflections on life in small desert communities.
We finally relaxed into the environment and the noises generally subsided. We retired to a horn free sleep.
Emerging from a ...
... at camp that was a mere 40km from the Pakistan Border. We first came across the men cooking our arrival snack, pakoras, chai tea, colorful chips and cookies, I was so excited about this entire journey and seeing the dunes I wanted to tie my clothes together so I could shimmy down the camel like Rapunzel , but we had to wait for the helpers to get us off safely. Present moment note: right now I'm eating Lays chips that taste like ketchup chips but they ...
... from our camel safari. The fort looked like a huge golden sandcastle and was home to around 3000 people, making it a unique fort in India. Inside the fort, we were reminded of scenes from Aladdin, with a hustling and bustling market feel in the narrow alleyways. Our guesthouse was just outside the fort walls and the sight of the fort's bastions from the rooftop restaurant was impressive. We decided to forgo the fort tour in favour of some shopping where we would wonder the maze of ...
Our last day in Jaisalmer. Before breakfast today our guide instructed us in our first ever yoga class. It was a wonderful way to start our day. After breakfast we went for a swim. Today we have free to explore Jaisalmer till late afternoon. Four of us decided to head out and do a it more exploring thru the alleyways of Jaisalmer before the heat of the day. Jaisalmer is lovely to wander ...
... to consolidate and even to raid, conquer and expand their power and influence. Today, following the 1947 partition and its strategic location near Pakistan, there is still a military air about as substantial garrisons of the Indian army are based here.
We started our guided tour with a walk to what the locals term the "harlots gate" so named as it was built by one of the Rajah's favourite prostitutes. The marble gate is big and ...