Kuldhara Heritage Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Jaisalmer
... rather than us walk - very sweet but we were looking forward to walking - anyhow we're too polite so we went out in the car with him.
The first impressions of Jaisalmer is that it is very chilled in comparison to other Indian cities we have been to, and very much so on the roads. Hemant took us to a viewpoint of the city known as sunset point - I had wanted to do this at sunset (the clue's in the name) but it was still good as it gave you a proper view of the ...
... as there were several weddings going on around town then went to bed.
Wednesday 22nd January 2014
- Enjoyed a great nights sleep and hot shower, followed by a lengthy breakfast on the rooftop with Guy. After chilling on the rooftop till mid-morning, we headed over to the Jain Temple complex, a collection of seven beautifully carved temples, they looked similar to the temples of Khajuraho. Inside the temples, it was like a maze and ...
... were the fresh camel manure.
Hot Earth Soft Sand
Two kilometres out of Khuri on foot, this unlikely troupe of 2 French and 1 Asian arrived to a dry canvas of sand dunes and the hot earth started swallowing our footsteps. A young boy with his camel came to us and did his best touting he could to earn some rupees.
We proceeded to the highest point, dragging along our feet on powder sand. I was not expecting vast horizons of ...
... a fantastic little coffee shop called Kuku's with the fantastic employee (brother to the owner) Deepak. He is an amazing nice person with many dreams and I can only assume many friends. My first experience at Kuku's Coffee Shop was when Ben took me there to watch the sun set over Jaisalmer. He remembered how beautiful the view is and how wonderful Deepak is. We met him again a week later so more on him ...
... us and we can hear the priests singing and bells chiming. We go to explore further. First stop, the Jain temples, a series of seven yellow sandstone buildings, all intricately carved. Chandraprabhu Temple, the main one, dates back to 1509 and is dedicated to the moon. The narrow streets are thronging with sightseers of all nationalities but chiefly Indians who can barely contain their excitement. We purchase our tickets and as custom dictates, we remove our ...