Hotel Nachana Haveli
Travel Blogs from Jaisalmer
You know you've been on the road awhile when you have to think over what month it is. Emma's sense of time has slipped into the manaņa. The train lulls me into the beginnings of a similar temporal trance.
India rolls by persuasive and varied: a boy goatherd leads his flock on a dusty hill; humble huts of brick or mud or straw dot a …
The sound of the Muslim call to prayer -- something I've never heard in my life -- draws me out of sleep in the pre-dawn. I ascend the crypt-like passages to the rooftop and listen to the muezzin sing the Adhan from somewhere in the grey gathering of dawn. Gradually the light coallesces into the yellow forms of the walls and buildings of Jaisalmer …
I'll put in the story later. For now, here's what a desert city is like...
Being gay in India can't be any fun. Yeah, there's that problem of illegality and the threat of jail time, but the real killer is the jamming of normal gaydar.
Transport a young Indian man to a gay club in North America and I guarantee he would quickly be plied with drinks and requests to shake it on the dance floor.
It's not just …
Wow, what a week! From wandering through ancient temples and conquering sand dunes on camels to falling asleep under the stars in the desert and being so, so sick that we thought we were dying - India has been extreme. Namaste everyone, When we last checked in we were in Delhi, on the eve of setting off on our Rajasthan Adventure. We'd already …
How has this hotel rated in the past?
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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