Club Mahindra Fort Kumbhalgarh
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... was a Rajput, the warrior caste) - just amazing how families can completely disown children and genuinely threaten to kill them for what many other cultures consider a 'norm'. Such are the revelations of travel.
Kumbalagargh was a really impressive fort, and from a distance looked really imposing and was definitely worth the visit. Inside the old city walls is a small village and again and again we have found the people to be so friendly. Out this way you can ...
We had a good afternoon and evening at the hotel before leaving in the morning. We checked out at 11:30 to visit the temple on our way to Kumbhalgarh. The temple covers quite a large area and although very impressive much the same as others. The trip to our next destination climbed high through countryside and was very interesting with small villages and people working the fields behind bullocks. We went to the fort in the afternoon which has a ...
... Eric and his camera and immediately line up to offer nothing but a photo of their rear end. The one exception was the alpha monkey that nearly jumped into Eric's lap through the open car window just as Eric was trying to snap the shot. When monkeys feel threatened, at least the monkeys we've seen today, they beat their chest in warning if you start getting too close. This alpha monkey beat his chest and then, jumped down from his post toward the car ...
... on their course" that couldn't enter!
We had been viewing the temple for about 10 minutes when the "High Priest/caretaker" of the temple came over to give us his blessing and put a red spot on our heads. How nice we thought...then he asked for a donation.
This is common practice in temples...free to enter but you are expected to give a donation after a blessing and red spot. We now know the red spot as the ticket because that is what it really is. For ...
... it was appropriate to take a picture- but it would have been a beaut'!
Once in Udaipur we booked into our hotel and Graeme went immediately to bed where he lies as I type this entry. As for me , I am sitting in the rooftop restaurant getting an early start on the New Year's libations and listening to the horn-filled chaos drifting up from the street below.
Should auld acquaintance be forgot...................
Happy New Year Everybody!