WelcomHeritage Mandir Palace
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The only thing that I wish would have been explained better is exactly what the ticket entailed; meaning what you would be able to see which each ticket. But so beautiful either way! A must see!
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... showed us their houses which are made of mud and cow poo but look really nice, don't smell bad and are very practical and sustainable for the area, I liked them. Then our camels had a drink from a water hole and everyone kept a close eye on them as some free roaming female camels turned up and all of ours were male. They stopped drinking and there were some funny camel looks going on but nothing to flirtatious. Onwards we went and stopped at a tree where we made a ...
Well here we sit - just after 5 on Friday eve on the overnight train to Jaipur. Our latish booking means we have 4 longways berths alongside the corridor. We'll see if we can negotiate a move to a four berth alcove when the a guard appears. I think Liz and I have just been rooked by some local guy offering a chain and padlock to secure our luggage under the berth. Couldn't be bothered to argue but gave him 200 rupees rather than the ...
... through the fort walls and into the heart of the old city. Once again our accommodation didn't disappoint, tucked away in a cute little side street we were excited to discover that our guest house was actually part of the fort itself. It made up the fort wall and as a result the views were spectacular. We headed to the roof terrace to make the most of them and satisfy our hunger. Tucking into a staple cheese and tomato omelet we discussed our plans for our next few ...
... checked out of our room but left the bags with the hotel staff as we headed out to the fort to explore it completely before we left. I wanted to see the Jain temples inside before we went - Gem wasn't too bothered about another temple as we have seen plenty during our visits to India.
So we walked up through the village looking part of Jaisalmer again on our way up to the fort, gem was looking for a little puppy that she had seen the day before so she could feed it some ...
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