Jee Ri Haveli
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- Airport Transportation
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Room service
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... It does not matter wether they are buses, cars, trucks, rickshaws or tractors trailing unbelievably loaded goods, which quite often had guys lying on top of them! We also saw a driver of a motorcycle with his right leg stretched out to push the rickshaw in front of him! The footpath was a great way for motorcycles to zoom-in-out! UDAIPUR We flew to Udaipur and stayed at a magnificent hotel, the Raj Lake Palace, which is built on its own island. Guests are taken by a ...
... him purchasing two kilos of corn the following day to offer to the pigeons on a random traffic island in nearby Ajmer, thus rebuilding his karma. The story as we understand it, is that Ravi, Indian driver extraordinaire, had three days off while we chilled out on the hotel roof terrace and lolled about Pushkar's dozy tourist lanes. Apparently he was driving somewhere at night and talking on his mobile, not an uncommon occurrence in India, when suddenly he hit a cow, ...
... if your scarf is really cashmere, if your bracelet is really silver, etc etc.) Although moving from Marin to Berkeley has already helped me further appreciate how lucky we are to live in such a culturally and ethnically diverse area, coming here has really opened my eyes to how unique and lucky we are to live in the SF Bay Area. In India, a tourist is constantly stared at, whispered about, even laughed at because it's so easy to spot one. ...
... which is Jodhpur’s commanding centrepiece - quite magnificent.
After lunch, and a shower, it was time to go walkabout.Outside the oasis of our hotel, things were a bit more chaotic - honking autos, motorbikes - having to watch for these while watching out that we didn’t step into fresh cow dung. The first thing that struck me was that people are friendly, they smile easily - everyone I smiled at, smiled back (unlike in Moscow), when we looked slightly lost, a ...
... party, and Rajasthan TV were on hand to film the mayhem. You have never seen anything like it. Every person in the guesthouse, staff and guests, ended up absolutely covered in powder and water. It was all filmed, and apparently shown on TV. Baska and I were both interviewed. No idea if that was broadcast, though it would be fun to see.
Another day, we had strolled down to the clock tower in the middle of town, then got lost in the maze of ...