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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<b><u>Pre Blog</u></b> We have a log day of travelling along a remote desert road to the yellow sandstone citadel of Jaisalmer which will take us approximately 7 hrs. Looking like a scene from The Thousand and One Nights as it rises from flat desert surrounds, Jaisalmer is a centre for nomadic tribespeople who …
... but after Ray's experience with the elephant last year we decided to pass on that option. Jaisalmer Fort is one of the largest fortifications in the world & is the only living fort in India, which means there are people living & working within the fort. Approximately 4,000 people still live inside the fort. It was built in 1156 AD & has many beautiful havelis ...
... Wranglers? I'm scared to say "jockeys" because hasn't that term become derogatory? For 6 camels for some reason I didn't require a jockey?? There and back in fact and I didn't get the same camel. I guess they saw in me as an avid, majestic camel rider and did not need assistance, right?
Camels are strange to get on and off of and you are soooo high up, Gail is afraid of heights so her normally adventurous spirit was curtailed a bit. We saw Peacock, which ...
Having travelled from town to town and been surrounded by similar noises and smells throughout our journey, it was time to take a Camel Safari into the Desert.
We arrived in Jaisalmer good and early on the overnight train and were met at the station by Fatan who took us to his guest house to freshen up. There was time to walk up to the fort before our afternoon departure. Bearing in mind that most buildings in India, save for the temples and palaces, share the ...
... Though temperature dropped it didn’t feel particularly cold.
Our driver had been asking whether we wanted to be taken to the dunes for sunrise for an extra 1000Rs but we had refused predicting that to be an equally crowded and lazily orchestrated circus. After viewing the sunrise from the campsite we all headed out just exploring the vicinity and approached the tar road after a short walk. And voila on the other side we could see the sand dunes with ...