Hotel Nachana Haveli
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Nachana Haveli Jaisalmer
good, though very slow restaurant service
excellent rajasthani food, a great terrace seating.
the haveli is beautiful, a must-visit in Jaisalmer
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Old Delhi Station seemed dirty,grimy and over crowded in the evening. It was a tuff war to manage a less-than-enough place to sit and settle my luggage as we waited for the train to arrive in the platform! " "Good lord... ! are all these people travelling to Jaisalmer"??...my mind said as .I stood amazed and quite irritated with the …
... Plus some creature comforts like fruit juice, coffee and eggs were also on the menu.
The two Chhotaram Prajapats, both senior and junior drove me the 20 kms to Jodhpur station for my midnight train. That was really appreciated and it was very kind and I said goodbye to them there. The midnight express for the five and a half journey to Jaisalmer was packed and there were four foreign travellers on board in various carriages. Two nice sisters ...
... the rooftop.
The next day we were due to visit Jaiselmer fort but I woke up with terrible stomach cramps - we had escaped Delhi Belly so far. I didn't want Matt to miss out so he went off with the guide and had an amazing time :( He got to see the fort and apparently the guide was brilliant telling all about the history and the caste system.
Matt ate alone that night as I tried to recover in time for the journey the next day to Jodhpur. ...
... accompaniment to the peaceful grounds. I stayed and listened to a few songs, it was early and I was his only subject. From there it was up the hill to Jaisalmer Fort. Unlike the many other forts to date on the trip, this was still home to many residents. At some point in the past the fort was abandoned by the royals and the locals took it over to call their own. The grand outer walls contained many storefronts, cart sellers, restaurants and cafes, the odd hostel/hotel ...
... his son and the other couple from our hotel and then made our beds up under the stars. Craig and I stayed up and had a whiskey which we brought with us (as I say, you can take the scotsman out of Scotland......) by the fire. Craig insisted on being in charge of keeping the fire alight which meant he used all of Abraham's firewood that he had collected.
We headed to bed under a very starry sky - just ...