Hotel Jeet Mahal
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Woke up very excited about Holi festival today and hurried over breakfast as we were meeting Chris and Nic in the square at 9am. We met a nice Canadian woman, Ann, who also wanted to join in but was worried about being alone as a woman as she had heard that the men can get a bit gropey! We convinced her to come along with us for a little while and she quickly got chanted as Joe went out to meet Nic and Chris (we were running late) to bring them back to the hotel. He ...
... and have a lassi each before exploring the fort, just to enhance what is already a mind-blowing experience. The lassi wallah is a charming bloke who makes customers feel at ease, and guides them through the various strengths of bhang used in his products, but we assure him well be fine with medium strength for today.
Jaiselmer fort is not a historical monument as such, it is a living, breathing entity, home to over 3000 people who live in the many tightly packed ...
We woke about 8 to the sounds of children arriving at the school next door. First thought was - what a peaceful night. It had been quiet outside, such a contrast to Jodhpur. Watched the children play in the yard and then gather for outdoor assembly culminating in the national anthem. A small line of latecomers was made to stand at the back hands together to be reprimanded by the teachers, looking very sorry for themselves. After assembly the children split into what ...
Today we were up early and enjoyed a swim in the pool before breakfast. We then headed out on a guided wander through the twisted lively alleyways of Jaisalmer. We took sometime exploring Jaisalmer Fort where there were lots of shops and ornately carved homes to enjoy. We also visited a blanket and ...
... chai tea it gave us the energy for the return trip. Guido was overjoyed to be reunited with his beloved Kaloo, such was their bond. He even managed side saddle for the return trip, switching effortlessly from one side to the other without so much as a flicker of disgruntlement from Kaloo. Dean, however, sat rigid and tense again. I tried to relax into the bouncy camel rhythm, but let's face it, it's never gonna be a limousine ...