Gateway Hotel Rawalkot Jaisalmer
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... I think I would pull a muscle! Anyways, it sucks that tourists don't respect local customs that can more than easily be followed. If you can't or won't follow them don't go to that country. So we got to the camel meeting point and there they were, Harry, Bruno, "P", and right now I can't remember the other three names we gave them. Brendan is our resident memory bank and is sleeping, maybe I should NUDGE the back of his seat a little? There were 5 ...
... alas, replaced with energy saving bulbs and fluorescent tubes.
Room service, was usually available by using iron rings to knock on the ancient doors when, if anyone was present in the lobby they would mount the stairs to find out what was needed – whether food, a pot of tea or a beer. Food and drink was provided from the hotel opposite (owned by another son of Mr Vyas), and an alternative way of summoning room service was to call across the alley to the ...
... it where they had laid out mattresses and pillows for people to relax on. We were served tea and poha. After a long wait a song and dance performance began which lacked in energy and co-ordination compared to what we had seen earlier on our trip to Udaipur. We now had more than one reason to conclude this was not such a great experience worth the money we paid after all! After a very ordinary, rather basic meal we went to bed and slept sound. We expected it to be cold at night, but it ...
... Becca then found a quiet(ish) spot to colour capture whilst Laura and Clare continued to explore. As we headed in deeper we weren't to be disappointed. The internal areas were just as amazing as the exterior. We made our way through hidden staircases to the upper level of the fort, where we found beautifully ornate turrets with panoramic views of the elephant lake. Within the main fort was another courtyard, this one home to a stunning mosaic ...
... and in return we helped him with trip advisor. He even dropped us to the bus station free of charge. We had grown complacent about India while in Jaisalmer, it was time to move on.
The morning we were leaving Oisin got news of his brother in law. He was sick in hospital and he was getting worse. It drives home how far from family you are and how helpless you are to help loved ones back home. It was a tough day and not the best circumstances ...