Hotel Rang Mahal
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... in their finery, the colours are amazing. I wander if all the husbands are panic buying their wife's presents !!! Lunch was a light affair, Raj bought is samosa off the street, very spicy... Ted said "I can feel that burning all the way known my insides" Donna described it as a Cornish pastor but filled with curry... After our wander around the fortress (apparently the only lived in one in India) we visited the local Co operative textile bazaar and was treated to a show on ...
... rolled down the dunes, and made sand angels. The Indian guys made us chai, dal, chapati, and rice, then sang us some local songs (using a pan and an empty water canister as instruments). Even after the sun went down, the moon was so bright it looked like daylight. None of us were tired yet, so the Indian guys taught us a game kind of like a cross of capture the flag and tackle football: 4 people defend the water bottle, and the other 4 are trying ...
... ones. I showed them my empty wallet and explained that I had nothing left...Well they started going off their heads and then the son wanted my necklace as payment!! I politely told them to get ****** and instructed old Camel Man to take us back. Of course when we got back, he also wanted a tip and I felt pretty **** that Lolita, Slut of the Desert had my 90 Rupees and he didn't get a tip!
At 7.30 we were called up to the main compound for ...
December 15- After a 20 hour rain ride from Delhi we made it to Jaisalmer. We loaded into big tuk tuks and drove up into the city. I was rejuvenated from the train trip right away after seeing all the cows and the carvings in the buildings as we drove up to the hotel. We had to walk the last bit up to the hotel through the shops. Our hotel is right in the Fort and is quite an old building. We went up to the roof top restaurant to order first and then went to shower. It was nice to ...
... He couldn't stop laughing when I eventually put my head back out, telling him I had been hiding, realising he was completely relaxed because there was no danger at all. We laughed even more in the morning when the small friendly dog came over in the morning wagging her tail looking for food and attention.
On the way back from the desert one of the guides took us to his home - shared by four generations, rabbits, dogs and newly ...