Jee Ri Haveli
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- Airport Transportation
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Jodhpur
... up to the car and stand impassive by his door, so he couldn't open it to get out. I have no idea how long he was stuck there for. We arrived at our digs elated and excited at this side of India, after the quiet backwaters of Kerala. The hostel we chose turned out to be fantastic. A beautiful old building, crumbling walls and peeling paint right under the towering Fort Mehrangarh, which dominates the old city. Our rooms were basic, clean ...
... wonder and never know!
Back in the minibus, we crossed the desert on a 6 hour drive and headed towards newer horizons with stunning landscapes every step of the way.
This time, we were heading to Jodhpur, Rajasthan’s second-largest city, the busy and chaotic Jodhpur also known as the "Blue City".
... a pretty tasty lunch at Jhankar Choti before taking a stroll through the windy streets down to the clock tower and market area. Standard Indian market hustle was the go here and many stalls are selling the bright coloured powders in preparation for holi festival on the next full moon (6th March). After aimlessly walking around trying ...
Our longest day in the car, but thankfully there was plenty to see in the increasingly sparse countryside punctuated by bustling villages. Mid-morning we stopped to see a bullock driven water wheel used to irrigate surrounding fields and a bat infested tree. The women in the villages wore elaborate silver jewellery and covered their faces with scarves. Their midriffs were exposed and decorated with heavy silver belts. ...
... buying process yet and they were back in no time. The joys of having a reception team to help you out!
We set off for the markets to practice our bartering with some more camel leather bag purchases and embroidered quilts. After reluctantly checking out of our hotel we made our way to Castle View Guesthouse for our next nights stay. Happy to discover that this too had a spectacular view of the fort, we decided to head up to the roof terrace for a quick lunch (or not so ...