Travel Blogs from Jodhpur, India

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Night train to Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, India travel blog

Night train to Jaisalmer

A travel blog entry by mbgower

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Moon broad but imperfect rides beside the train, beside we passengers that are part of this dark movement across the desert. Small stations pass, a single lamp shining for the silent players upon their stage. We are our own herald. All the ...

Hi-tech in the Blue City, Jodhpur, India travel blog

Hi-tech in the Blue City

A travel blog entry by globedecker

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... have signs with little descriptions of areas around the site. Until we visited the Meherangarh Fort in Jodhpur, that is. Finally...a tourist site in India that is getting EVERYTHING right! It is in immaculate condition, very well sign posted, and ...

big fort, awe inspiring., Jodhpur, India travel blog

big fort, awe inspiring.

A travel blog entry by mills-mcshea

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... on from Bikaner, sore, kate with a slightly raw nose from the sun, and the feeling that our budget for india, may have been greatly underestimated. next stop Jodhpur, or the blue city. we had a brief stop on the way at the rat temple, where there are 40 ...

Short but not sweet, Ahmadabad, India travel blog

Short but not sweet

A travel blog entry by lucinate

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... it unpleasant. Whilst wandering we came across a bridge and looked over too see kiddies playing in filth, as you do a lot in India. Their little shanty dwellings were on the banks of the Sabarmati river. I saw an old guy squatting at the river's edge ...

"Do you like my India?"

A travel blog entry by mbgower

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Jodhpur at sunrise, where we stop long enough for vendors to infiltrate the 2nd class car. The train meals come in little foil containers not unlike airplane food except instead of being reheated, it's all just been freshly cooked. The omellete is hot and ...

Flying around Jodhpur, Jodhpur, India travel blog

Flying around Jodhpur

A travel blog entry by markandjade

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First impressions of Jodhpur were awesome, a sea of tiny blue houses and narrow cobbled streets with a massive fort in the middle rising like a giant sandcastle. There was a bustling market around a clock tower where we enjoyed a freshly made lassi (like ...

India - Jodhpur, Jodhpur, India travel blog

India - Jodhpur

A travel blog entry by gonetilwhenever

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... rules throughout the years, one of which looked very familiar. We had no idea that Eddie Murphy had previously been a ruler of Jodhpur! (PIC)   Perhaps the most moving and thought provoking thing we saw in the whole of India was at Meherangah Fort, ...

Jodhpur, Jodhpur, India travel blog

Jodhpur

A travel blog entry by lucinate

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Another Fort, another colour., Jodhpur, India travel blog

Another Fort, another colour.

A travel blog entry by tomsontravels

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Leaving the pink of Jaipur, we reach Jodhpur, named the Blue city... for obvious reasons . Ended up in a completely different hotel, blue as well, called the blue house, sharing a room with a couple of aussies, a small price to pay for a slight ...

The Blue City of Marwar, Jodhpur, India travel blog

The Blue City of Marwar

A travel blog entry by lraleigh

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... City to the Clock Tower, heart of the city's markets. At the Clock Tower, we enjoyed a Makhania lassie, a specialty of Jodhpur made with saffron. The thick lassies topped with a small piece of fluffy cake was full of complex sugary textures and ...

Rajasthan's Blue City, Jodhpur, India travel blog

Rajasthan's Blue City

A travel blog entry by lizandkev

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We really aren't being lazy but there really isn't much to say about Jodphur or our short time there.  It didn't make quite the impression that Jasialmer did but the Fort is quite impressive.  We have just uploaded a few photos of the fort and ...

Jodhpur, Jodhpur, India travel blog

Jodhpur

A travel blog entry by lraleigh

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City Of Blues.., Jodhpur, India travel blog

City Of Blues..

A travel blog entry by natandkat

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... clean with all the mod cons at a very reasonable price. Something that is quite elusive in India it would seem. We say, skip Jaipur and come straight to Jodhpur, you won't be disappointed. Next Pod - Jaisalmer, India. Love, Nath and ...

Some Photos - at last!, Jodhpur, India travel blog

Some Photos - at last!

A travel blog entry by hughie

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Here is a collection of some random photograph - some are snap shots, some are set shots, some are done with digital, some with a 35mm camera. It's a different theme than the last set. Also you will/will not be glad to hear I purchased a new digital ...

Lasssssssssi, Jodhpur, India travel blog

Lasssssssssi

A travel blog entry by jsnicka

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... and play for us on the rooftop, and it isn't an evening I am likely to forget soon. At this moment I enjoy India very much. This is all for Jodhpur, as we are taking a private car in the morning to Udaipur. Hurray for private cars with A/C. Go Canucks. ...

Pants!, Jodhpur, India travel blog

Pants!

A travel blog entry by lucinate

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... the streets and the markets taking it easy. We're off tomorrow to Jaisalmer. No doubt we'll be hit up there for a bloody camel safari. Maybe we will and maybe we won't. p.s. did I mention Jodhpur riding pants originated here (but nobody wears ...

sickness paradigms, Jodhpur, India travel blog

sickness paradigms

A travel blog entry by tofudan

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... the insane driving here has little to do with temperaments or culture and everything to do with poor infrastructure. and now i'm in jodhpur, sadly my only stop in rajasthan. as wonderful as rajasthan is, i decided to forgo spending time here to give ...

The blue city+a huge fort, Jodpur, India travel blog

The blue city+a huge fort

A travel blog entry by mimmik

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... about Jodpur before I came, but it was a really nice stop along the Rajasthan route. It's a fairly relaxed city (for India!) with a skyline completely dominated by the hulking Mehrangargh fort perched on the hillside, and a maze of winding, compact ...

The Land of Death, Jodhpur, India travel blog

The Land of Death

A travel blog entry by el_condor

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... the Mehrangarh has played host to. The grandeur and beauty of the Mehrangarh captivated me, and the view from its walls, across Jodhpur and the plains was unbeatable. Jodhpur is called the Blue City because many of its buildings and houses are painted sky ...

Jodhpur, Jodhpur, India travel blog

Jodhpur

A travel blog entry by edamame

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Jodhpur, Jodhpur, India travel blog

Jodhpur

A travel blog entry by laurenandkris

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... , anywhere in the world! The view from behind the washing machine was that of 'Mahrengrah', the ancient hill-fortress of Jodhpur that overlooks the 'blue-city'. The fort itself was like something from the 'Arabian nights', beautiful screen work ...

The Blue City, Jodhpur, India travel blog

The Blue City

A travel blog entry by meandher

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29th May Johdpur The Merherangarh (Majestic) fort in Jodhpur turned out to live upto it's name and was our favourite from all the forts we visited in Rajisthan. Not because it was the most intact or necessarily the most beautiful but because for us it ...

Bus journey of hell & the blue toon Jodhpur, Jodhpur, India travel blog

Bus journey of hell & the blue toon Jodhpur

A travel blog entry by mandibee

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... :-(   thankfully the lightening storm outside occupied us for the rest of the journey - NEVER AGAIN !! Aside from that Jodhpur was a good place to end India it is know as the blue city as many of the houses are painted blue so its cool and the people ...

Welcome to Jodhpur - disaster capital of the world, Jodhpur, India travel blog

Welcome to Jodhpur - disaster capital of the world

A travel blog entry by lizandsteve

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... , which is no easy feat in a dusty, dingy Indian town. Into an auto-rickshaw we all went, to do the rounds of Jodhpur's medical facilities in search of some rabies vaccine. First stop - a deserted, closed hospital with only a confused caretaker around who ...

India - It Seems to be Getting Better, Jodhpur, India travel blog

India - It Seems to be Getting Better

A travel blog entry by jackdrury

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... only a total of six doses. Cipro is to bacterial infection what Demerol is to pain. On the late running train to Jodhpur, Ellen and I chatted about India while Barbara slept. Over the course of maybe five years, Ellen has asked a hundred, perhaps more, ...

The Blue City, Jodhpur, India travel blog

The Blue City

A travel blog entry by jeffsadventures

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... like.  It’s all rather entertaining.   Nora, however, wants to start charging a service fee so she can at least get a free lunch each day.  Jodhpur is worth about two days of exploring and no more.  Time to move ...

Christmas in Jodhpur, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India travel blog

Christmas in Jodhpur

A travel blog entry by grahamandrach

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... for our Christmas R&R...two days of doing nothing and eating lots! Nitty Gritty : The late running train from Jaisalmer to Jodhpur proved to be a nightmare... the carrages were full of solders who had obviously been away from home too long as they ...

Pollution, Ahamadabad, India travel blog

Pollution

A travel blog entry by uncle_davros

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After Diu, we arrived back in Ahmadabad. Now we had been here before Diu, and all I can say is that the people here are not very nice, it is heavily polluted. And personally, I think the place is a ...

Pushkar and Jodhpur, Jodhpur, India travel blog

Pushkar and Jodhpur

A travel blog entry by lizand_rich

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... is got to by foot for the majority (up to 300km)and the streets are filled with people as they are on the way through Jodhpur, replenishing themselves with food and drink, which is all given to them for free either by the social services or the owners of ...

The Blues, Jodhpur, India travel blog

The Blues

A travel blog entry by uncle_davros

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... some markets. We walked through them, no tourists, except us of course and just locals who were doing their shopping. Why couldn't India be more like this everywhere. Eventually, good turns to shit, and we were back in the masses, being asked for things. ...

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