Jee Ri Haveli
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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... the festival fun. The walk up to Jodhpur fort was very hot and tiring. When we reached the top mum said she was going inside the fort by herself because the entry fee was very expensive so dad and I could go and feed squirrels (YAY!). As it turned out because of the festival season all entries were free!
So dad and I went inside for a quick look, and mum stayed longer. It was beautiful inside and there were amazing views. Mum saw more than Dad and I so she ...
... in it to win it.
So, we arrived in Jodhpur at 5am on no sleep really missing Udaipur! Fortunately we were able to get into our room by 6 and take a short nap. Our plan of getting to Mehrangarh fort right away was delayed by our host's insistence that it was it's most atmospheric at sunset and that we shouldn't miss the 'three hour tour' of the indigenous tribesman in the surrounding area. The tour was interesting, but of ...
... possible that a slither of dignity got spilt as he wrestled our pink and purple yoga mats through the doorway....... We then had to move a whole bench of people off our seats as we struggled to stuff rucksacks on, under and between the benches. Eventually we sat, and had a fairly easy 4 1/2 hours to Cochin. Maz had a very strange encounter with a man sitting next to her . He just helped himself to everything she had without asking, without ...
... jeep pick us up and we did a mini-safari where we saw numerous birds (including bee-eaters and peacocks), springbok, wild boar and 1000 cows :) We ended up at a Bishnoi village. Bishnoi means 29 and they live by 29 rules. Jen's FB post
"Visited the Bishnoi people today. Bishnoi means 29, and the villagers live by 29 principles. Subsistent, vegetarian environmentalists, they burn only wood that has fallen from the trees and indulge in a ...
... is quite pretty for an Indian city with more trees than you would normally expect lining some of the streets. Luckily, the locals mostly ignored us which made a nice change from being hassled, heckled and followed like in other places in India. It was nice to be able to wander around the market and not be pressured our hounded to keep buying things. Trying ...