WelcomHeritage Mandir Palace
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWelcomHeritage Mandir Palace Jaisalmer
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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... before setting off into the desert. Started out on smooth tarmacked roads before descending onto rough dirt roads and finally stopped below a massive wind turbine.
... however... This meant we spent the night freezing from a never ending wind. The sky made it all worth wile and in the end it was certainly an experience. The next day we had chai and breakfast before heading out on the camels to visit a small desert house and eventually making our away back to ...
... He won't take us into any temples in the fort. They close 2pm to 4pm. Does God sleep ?. God is in the heart, God is in my Mother, God is in the Himalayas. Wonder why they are all such crooks. We leave the fort by tuk-tuk to his favorite ice cream parlor in the town for a lassi ( he guarantees no ice no water). The place after all is in Lonely Planet. Sue has a mango and I a lemon with ice cream. It was heaven for 75p each.We will do it again. On ...
... dune, where we tried our hand at sand surfing, a massive fail, mainly because we were lacking a surf board, and were instead using a slightly rotten cardboard box! Eventually we settled down to watch the sun set and the stars come out. There was no tent, just beds on the sand. Our peaceful evening was only disturbed by the distant sounds of Gangnam Style being carried on the wind from far away!! Laura ...
... lived at the fort, the structure of the fort (with its defenses) the beautiful noble houses/hand carved outsides (everything is made of sandstone) and the royal lake, which you could feed the many catfish and rent a boat out to paddle it. There was also a visit to the Jainist temple, asking for further donations than just the ticket to get in and some beautiful carvings- I could understand why it took 40 years to carve everything in the building.
The big ...