Jee Ri Haveli
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- Airport Transportation
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Room service
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... und ein Bier geht es zu unserem Hotel. Um 22:15 geht mein sleeping bus. Ich verabschiede mich von meinem neu kennengelernten Freund Santi und verspreche, dass ich ihn bald in Argentinien besuchen werde. Er ist dort Mountain- Guide und hat mir angeboten, dass wir zusammen ein trekking in den Bergen machen könnten. Wieder eine neue Gelegenheit für eine neue destination, die ich sehr gerne wahrnehmen würde.
Der sleeping bus ist um ...
... 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. ...
... this we enjoyed Hoopoes, White breasted Kingfishers, Hawks and some spotted owlets amongst others.
The next morning was my last in my short visit to Bharatpur. I would have been keen to stay longer but my memories of trying to spot a tiger last time in Ranthambore were again fresh and I felt I need five nights there to give that the best chance. Nevertheless, my train was an early evening one, so I had time for a short visit to the Keoladeo ...
... Blue City; a long time ago nearly all the buildings were painted blue (that might be something to do with it). As Jaipur is known as the Pink City, and most of the buildings there are - you guessed it, pink - I think I see a pattern emerging. But I digress.
Hill View is perfectly located, nestling right under the fabulous fort, looking down over the old town and to the amazing Palace looking like a cardboard cutout silhouette on the horizon. ...
... Bollywood music blaring out and young boys behind that doing their Bollywood dancing - as we went slowly past one of these vans the boys were begging me to get out of the tuk tuk and dance with them! I declined the offer as we had a fort to see.
Once we got close to the fort you realise how huge it really is. It was pretty steep walking up into it and we had to take it easy in our flip flops - we didn't wan to take a tumble on the first proper ...