Jungle Lodge

Gori Shankar Colony, Bharatpur, Rajasthan, 321001, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Gori Shankar Colony, Bharatpur.
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    Travel Blogs from Bharatpur

    Feeling Invisible in India

    A travel blog entry by laura421 on Mar 14, 2014


    ... it vigorously, and tried, after that, to look at me occasionally to make his point, and when he did, I felt acknowledged, a powerful thing. He is a lovely man, extremely generous and very kind, but although he is a professional guide and is 69 years old, he has a blind spot as to his looking at and speaking only to my roommate, Meghan, and not to me. He definitely should know better. For the past two weeks I have been an afterthought, ...

    Drive to Bharatpur (235 km, 5 hrs)

    A travel blog entry by phildyard on Feb 14, 2014

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... feet across and eight feet high for use at a later time.

    Although we know that people are migrating from the rural areas to the cities in their millions, the towns and villages through which we pass do not show signs of decline. In fact, among the ramshackle buildings there are brand new buildings, well constructed with ornamentation, surely a sign of increasing confidence and prosperity.

    We arrived at ...

    Taj Mahal and journeying to Rajasthan

    A travel blog entry by drewmarie on Dec 23, 2013

    3 photos

    The group met at breakfast at 6am to prep for the early visit to the Taj Mahal. Although I had romanticized a sunrise view of the mausoleum, the months of December and January are known for fog in northern India. When we arrived, it was chilly and foggy but we could make out the outline of the Taj, luckily. Also along the walk to the entrance we came across our first camel and monkeys, up close and personal, which were added bonuses. The Taj Mahal ...

    Abandoned capital

    A travel blog entry by twovines on Nov 22, 2013

    18 photos

    ... we must take an electric bus up to the city gate. It's only Rs5 for the return ticket, hardly worth the effort of collecting but never mind. We jam ourselves onboard a bus packed with school kids. They are all very excited about their field trip and it's a complete cacophony. I am offered a seat, now that's not something you see too often these days. We arrive at the entrance, fight off guides and souvenir vendors, pay our entrance fee and enter the old city. This ...

    The Taj Mahal

    A travel blog entry by shineyface on Oct 23, 2013

    6 photos

    ... marble, whereas we had gone in the heat of the day. Again, we had a fair few requests for photographs, which we obliged with.

    We ate in the gardens of a nearby restaurant and my bites were added to. We planned to visit some gardens on the opposite side of the river Yamuna to watch the sunset over the Taj Mahal. As is often the case with us, we realised time was closer to sunset than we thought, and so we accepted a lift with a rickshaw. He assured us it was the ...