Mirvana Nature Resort And Camp
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Today we had a leisurely start before heading west towards our next stop at Sodakore. The road was relatively good but had its usual share of “interesting” drivers and wandering cows – though not many camels (possibly because many are enroute to the annual camel fair at Pushkar which can attract 200,000 people and 50,000 camels …
... and we continued round eventually seeing Jude on the top of a dune ahead of us watching the sun drop into the desert. She had moved with the jeep a short distance from our starting point to the campsite where Lilu had set up a couple of bed/ seats and started a campfire. Getting down was the reverse of mounting with a sudden lurch forward and then back and a scramble off. All managed somewhat inelegantly and we headed up the dune to just catch the sun dropping ...
... in its remnants. There is a group of five temples lying within the fort and built between the 12th and 15th centuries, these temples are an achitectural marvel. Visitors are allowed only till 12 O' clock in the afternoon. Elephants carved out of yellow sandstone guard this Nathmalji Ki Haveli built by the Prime Minister of Jaisalmer in 1855. Two brothers, Hathu and Lallu constructed each side of the haveli. The whole mansion looks ...
... of town. The town is on the edge of the Thar desert and looks like it could have risen up from the sands. After about 10 minutes of wondering through the narrow streets lined with shops we arrived at the fort, which because of its colour looked like a giant sandcastle! We headed through the main gate and into the heart of the fort, Jaisalmer fort is a living fort which means people actually live there and there are numerous shops and restaurants inside. We thought because ...
... of stone some intricate carvings. Gem studded rooms and lethal looking armoury, Little hands by the gate of those poor maharanas burnt with maharaja on his death, desert winds and hot yellow sand. We loved it here.
On the way round we were stopped by an Indian family asking them to have a photo with them - odd but it has happened quite a lot and we just smile and have a photo. This time a japanese lady came up behind us and took photos of us and the Indians as ...