Heaven Guest House
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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We arrived at the train station around 11:30pm, only 1 hour late! Straight away we didn't feel comfortable and jumped straight into the nearest rickshaw. From there we witnessed a young theif receiving a harsh lesson from the community, which left a sick feeling inside. The rickshaw eventually took us straight to the door of a commisioned guest …
... The manager got on the phone with Agoda and an alternate, upgraded room at another hotel was booked, no extra charge, breakfast included! We were driven to the Chandra Inn by the manager, Fern checked and approved the room, and we moved in! It was actually a very good change, the staff was extremely friendly, the room great, and the on site restaurant served up some excellent Indian fare.
The next day we hired a driver ...
... the opulence of the main palace as in the museum it is not shown the real way to see it would be to stay there. Today was fantastic though only because of where we had dinner which was at the fort restaurant overlooking both the inner gates and city below it was magical watching the sun go down and stars come out over the 3 hours we took to eat our ...
... We'd been told Jodhpur is massively touristy and granted there were a large number in the main clock tower area, but it was as if they were all to scared to venture any further into the crazy town the Jodhpur is, which we loved. Just 2 streets from the clock tower we were totally away from anything remotely touristy, weren't sold things in the street or being asked our names, it was a totally India town with Indian people going about their daily lives and not caring about us tourists at ...
... hours around the around the entrance, climbing the palace, walking the walls and looking at the temples. But a saw just a fraction of the place. As the heat intensified, we drove back to Ranakpur through the mountain villages, viewing work in the fields, children going to school and daily village life. In one village there were a gathering of men visiting a temple, dressed in those traditional jewelries I had seen from the bus, so I stopped to take photos.