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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... music blaring, but they disappeared and left us riding along watching our shadows in the sand. At one point a young lad walked up to us carrying some wood - apparently for our camp fire and part of his duty was to meet us half way round and take photos with our camera. A good tourist wheeze and he took some nice shots. He must be pretty good with a huge range of different and often fancy cameras as he dealt with ours very easily. He tramped off into the sand heading for ...
... also known as Havelis. These elaborate homes were painstakingly sketched out in sandstone with infinite details and piece together in different patterns. From atop the Trikuta Hill, the Jaisalmer Fort casts its magical spell in the heart of every tourist. The fort was constructed by Rai Jaisala in the 12th century when he wanted a more secure place than Lodurva to serve as his capital. The fort is a symbol of an era gone by that is still ...
... headed back to the hotel and the guy took Jen off on his motorbike to 'the best pharmacy in all of Jaisalmer' and sorted her out with some tablets. We ventured out once more in the hot dessert heat and went to explore. Compared to the sprawling, dirty, smelly, noisey city of Jodhpur, Jaisalmer was small, clean and relaxed. It is in the very Northwest of India not far from the border with Pakistan and as such there was quite a large military presence with numerous baraks on ...
... battles over the centuries, and today it houses about a collection of shops, guesthouses, restaurants, and even locals—4,000 Jaisalmer inhabitants actually live inside the Jaisalmer Fort.
On Thursday we walked through the morning heat, which felt equivalently dry and hot as a June afternoon in Tucson, to get to the fort. After 2 hours of walking sandstone streets, shopping for colorful clothes, and admiring elaborate Jain temples, we returned to ...
... hell is their secret stash?? As night falls and the fire dies down, Cindy and I make our way to bed. We didn't book a tent - rather we chose to sleep on the mats and blankets provided, directly under the stars. It's awesome.. we can see Orion's Belt and millions of other stars in the clear night sky. There is a faint glow that hovers over the dunes as well, adding to the "Arabian romance". We share an iPod until Cindy passes out. Wanting to savour this experience, ...