Heaven Guest House
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
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... pathological affliction. Jai says "actually...there is a story. A while ago there was an outbreak of the plague in India, and - " "The PLAGUE??? What plague? What kind of plague? Like the one that killed half of Europe in the Dark Ages plague?" I interrupt him Jai reponds, "I don't know, you know - the plague," and shrugs, continuing: "can you imagine how many people would die if the rats in this temple had the plague?" (Okay, Jai, if this is meant to reassure me, it's ...
... cane juice (with a bit of lime and a pinch of salt) that they make all over the streets, I'm going to miss that. We had a nice big thali from our favorite lunch spot in Jodhpur (I forget if I explained what a thali is? It's a plate that includes a little bit of rice, some chapathi, a little cup of dal, and a few little cups of other things depending on the type of thali). Ill miss those too, they're such ...
... s, today although just honorary emeritus titles, undertaking such valuable roles preserving and upholding history, forts, palaces and culture of what was their ancestors' kingdoms.
As for the insights the fort/ palace gave us, the opulence at the time was unbelievable, and the work of the current Maharaja in bringing back to life what was a ruin, to what they are today is truly remarkable. Great halls where the Maharajas took ...
... passed quite well and we did our usual laughing at the situations that we got ourselves into. We played I spy and I said beginning with D, Lesley said dirt so we didn't play anymore because she said that was what she was going to have. We ate our crisps, eggs and bananas and wrapped the rubbish in the foil paper that the hotel had put them in. We stopped at a major station where a lot of people got on along with a disabled beggar who shuffled along the floor, took his shirt ...
... saying Indian charge Europeans too much. We went further into the market and we had 4 boxes for £1.75 of the stuff Indians use, not the stuff they sell to tourists.
Next stop was a hotel in the bazaar for dinner, Raju never eats with his guests unless it's in a drivers cafe, I find this sad but it's how it works out here. It was a roof top restaurant and it nigh on killed me getting up those mahoosive steps. It was full of white people and I am no racist but I don't like ...