The Desert Resort (Rajasthan Desert Safari Camp)
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... by the cannonball aparently created a pond that is still there today. We jumped back in the tuk tuk and our driver took us to the water palace which looked nice but you couldn't go out on a boat to see it closer so we didn't spend much time there. Our driver told us that the town we were in was famous for making textiles that were exported all over India and as we had some spare time he took us to a textile factory where we could see the process. It was a cooperative so it ...
... which did some fantastic pasta and pizzas, became our safe bet, so we treated ourselves to this as the food was on the higher end of our budget , but it was worth it. The main attraction to Jaisalmer is the fort itself , which we walked round the top of and got some fantastic panoramic views, but the second attraction is a camel safari. So we had to do it, many of you might already know , but me and camels don't really mix, we went on some in morocco ...
... mystery bugs. The next morning we woke for sunrise and had another 2 hours of camel riding before saying sad goodbyes to our stinky new friends Pa Poo and Michael Jackson.
When we got back to our hotel they were nice enough to offer us a free room for a shower and a quick siesta. I had the opportunity to speak with one of the employees of the hotel for a while and learned an interesting story about women in ...
... dogs. The dogs look as if the community feeds them. After the tour, Ajay took us to the KB co-operative, which sells a variety of beautiful hand made pillow covers, bed covers, wall hangings and pashmina and kashmir scarves. We were told how these items are made and most of the money made, goes back to the desert community that make them. I bought some of these pieces, including a kashmir scarf. We were served the BEST chai I've had so far and a ...
... unfamiliar. I got back in the car.
I was pretty tired and was thankful to retire to the peace and hospitality of the hotel. The food served was consistently good, freshly prepared and tasty - the sort I'd love to recreate at home. Tonight's offering consisted of a paneer curry, an aubergine curry, dahl, rice, chapatis and to finish off a kulfi ice cream. The owner came for a chat, followed by one of his employees.
Both I and the day were full and ...