Gorakh Haveli

Address: Near Fort, Jaisalmer, Rajasthan, 345001, India | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Near Fort, Jaisalmer, is near Stok Palace Museum and Tibetan Market.
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        Travel Blogs from Jaisalmer

        Desert city

        A travel blog entry by mrpat on Aug 26, 2015

        18 photos

        ... body and you could tell by the noise it was making it was painful. All hands to the deck then and after a while the six of us had managed to free the camel from the harness and extract it from the cart. The driver managed to re-attach the broken strap and put the whole apparatus back together again but the 5 of us decided that the camel had had enough for one day and so we walked back to the resort behind the camel train shooing ...

        1 st day camel safari

        A travel blog entry by flex_e on Feb 13, 2015

        200 photos

        ... möchte sich mit Paul selbstständig machen und ein eigenes Hotel, Kamele, Jeeps... kaufen. Dabei soll Paul ihn finanziell unterstützen. Das Hotel, das sie im Auge haben, befindet sich zentral im Fort und ist ein schöner Altbau. Mit sechs großen Zimmern. Es kostet gerade einmal 2.000 - 3.000 €/Jahr incl. Jeeps, Kamelen, Personal...! Obwohl Paul Sunny erst seit knapp einer Woche kennt, vertraut er ihm blind. Sunny kann jedoch weder lesen, noch schreiben. Wieder ...

        Jaisalmer - the desert city

        A travel blog entry by davebythesea on Dec 04, 2014

        1 comment, 29 photos

        ... way down. Once at the ATM, he even offered to take her back up but she explained that she need to find a shop to buy bananas (my staple tummy-quieting diet). “No problem! It’s on the way”. So off they set again, but not to the shop.

        Instead, he took her to his hotel, and when she demurred a little from entering, did not press her, but simply said he would like her to see it. It looked lovely, so in she went and he offered her coffee ...

        More forts, shopping and camels

        A travel blog entry by karen.raymond on Nov 27, 2014

        42 photos

        ... dung beetles making intricate patterns in the sand. Also caught a fleeting glimpse of what looked like a desert fox. The size of the dune system and the number of people out meant it didn't feel particularly isolated but we were out of sight of others most of the time. The dunes obviously function a bit like the beach at home as a couple of truck loads of young lads drove past us at one point whistling and hooting (Yes children your mothers still get whistled ...

        A Taste Of The Golden City

        A travel blog entry by travelnshit on Nov 10, 2014

        47 photos

        ... for its massive, sandstone fort and camel trekking. The fort is actually pretty cool, it's not a ruin of a fort you have to pay to get into, it's more of a small city with tiny, narrow streets and shops and traders promising to "help you spend your money" and these incredibly carved havelis that no photo will ever do justice. The whole place is ...