Juna Mahal Boutique Homestay
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
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3 of us started off with an early morning swim in our wonderful hotel, the fort golden in the rising sun. Having worked up a bit of an appetite we indulged in a relaxed breakfast buffet where we were waited on hand and foot. We made the most of this and sampled all the different scrumptious foods. Following this Becca and chiara did some more colour capture whilst Laura and Clare set off to buy bus tickets to get to Jaiselmer the following morning. It was the most efficient ...
... came which saved all the hassle of fighting through loads of people trying to collect your tickets, the total journey cost 877 rupees (with the discount for Lesley being a pensioner) so as the train rolled in with bars on the window and grim looking faces peering through we were starting to realise that you get what you pay for and CC might mean cattle class. Your tickets tell you which carriage you are in with seat numbers and they do have neon signs along the platform telling ...
... way back through nighttime traffic, weaving our way in and out of people, cows, taxis, and scooters, dodging piles and puddles of dubious origin. During this walk, I was struck by the total aplomb of both kids. It was a stark contrast to our first walk on the street in Bali, where they were both completely freaked out by crossing the street in what now seems comparatively light traffic conditions. Big changes here.
That evening we ate dinner on the roof of ...
... plummet from the fortress walls over the new town and lakes on its route. Safety standards are good, claim the LP Guide...awesome, it states...not bloody likely, we cry! Our rickshaw trundles us back to the Clock Tower where I need to visit the chemist. Ian has kindly given me his hacking cough and I need some medicine. It doesn't help that I also have a mild dose of the trots which would not be so difficult to cope with were it not for the lack of a lock on ...
... the hotel was handy and I was warned of pickpockets - well it wouldn't be a market without them. On my way the driver introduced me to a family run shop which did cooking classes and sold homemade spices. Tempting and as I'd read decent reviews online it did seem like a nice little place if you had the time. I much preferred chatting to the owner and he was happy to talk even though I didn't buy anything - happy days. It was ...