Jee Ri Haveli
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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free airport shuttle
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... loosely in a direction and made the number 3 with his fingers. To clarify, I motioned in sign language that I was to go up the mountain of stairs, over the train tracks on an overhead passage way and then look for platform number 3. He gave me the Indian sideways bobble head nod and so I took that as yes. I had a heavy backpack on and a really large piece of luggage to haul all the way up the stairs and through the passage and down again. It was dark by now and the platforms ...
... closed my eyes for the next half hour - no 2 hours- (I'm a napper) and when I opened my eyes again, there was more of a flat desert topography outside, a smoother highway, and some palm trees, different looking shrubs and hills in the distance. Jerra had been taking pictures of me sleeping and put them into photo booth. She was laughing hysterically about my pin sized face or blown out forehead...I HATE that app. Of course my mouth ...
... hotel entrance at such speed, I was convinced we were either going to miss it completely or topple over…fortunately we did nether as he swung around that corner, and screeched to a halt at the Raas.
We had a lovely dinner at the Raas dining room overlooking the pool. Lamb featured prominently on the menu (as usual) and we had a bottle of Indian wine - Grover’s…we should probably stick to Old Monk and Kingfisher. We also checked if Sting and Trudi ...
As hoped for in my previous entry, we have indeed found a greater sense of peace and comfort the further we've traveled into India. After a relaxing few days in Pushkar, we readied ourselves for our longest bus ride yet, an overnight journey of 10 1/2 hours to the remote desert town of Jaisalmer, just 120km shy of the Pakistan border. On Lonely Planet's recommendation, but with no idea of what it meant, we opted for a double sleeper on a tourist bus. Wow, ...
... so Tuk Tuk it was. Through the alleys and up the winding road to the fort I was thinking that I am so glad we didn't walk, me legs and hips are still a little sore from the camel trek! Mehrangarh fort is still in control of the current Maharaja. The history in this place is amazing and it is in such good condition considering it was built in 1459 and has been subjected to battle many times from then to now.truly amazing. Also at the fort there is ...