Hotel Rang Mahal
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- Swimming pool
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... sich in der Wüste befindet. Anschließend eine Geisterstadt. Die verlassene Stadt steht schon seit vielen Jahren leer. Als wir die Kleinstadt erkunden, machen wir Witze, weil wir uns wie Cowboys fühlen, die gerade die Geisterstadt erkunden müssen. Ein starker Wind weht.
Danach fährt uns der Jeep in das Dorf von Sunny. Von dort aus beginnen wir unser Abenteuer. Die Kamele warten schon bereits auf uns. Es ist ein unbeschreiblicher Moment, als ich das Kamel ...
... said to not go near it as they wont tell you that it's the "special" kind. Later, when we were atop the Fort talking, I asked if he tried it and with his guide face on said, "no". I then asked again, "have you tried it?" He said, " ya ok once when I was a teenager, I came home and my mother knew, so she slapped me and I laughed when she did, she locked me in my room and I laid in bed for two days and I just could not stop laughing" Man oh man three days ...
... cooked a nice lunch. My job was to chase goats away both from our food and the camel food which I enjoyed. Then when lunch was over I got to feed the scraps to the goats which I enjoyed even more as they have cute little faces and sock ears but they must have been a little confused of my change in attitude. We saw desert mice, deer and birds combined with the goats I thought it was quite a nice amount of wildlife for a desert. Our last ride was 2hrs into the ...
... location right next to the Jain temple and in the heart of the old city was superb. It has been said that better facilities may be found at hotels outside the fort, but I doubt that any could give the same glimpse into the life and soul of this amazing city.
It seems that nearly all the inhabitants of the fort are descended from just two or three families. Within hours, all the local stall-holders knew our names and our activities. While all hoped for ...
... to explore Jodhpur, as the first afternoon was spent on a trip to the post office by half the group, and a journey to the Golden Arches of McDonalds for the other half.
The next day, before heading back to the bus station to travel to Jaisalmer, we checked out Jodhpur's main attraction, the Mehrangarh fort. Heather gave us a brief history lesson on the fort, before setting us free to explore the massive area.
We then headed back to the hotel to pack ...