The Mama's Resort & Camp
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... happy to look out the window and take photos of different things passing by her window. You don't get a window up top so there was nothing to see. I did sit with Gem towards the end of the train journey - both of us at each end of the bunk facing each other making sure we weren't sitting too close to offend the Indian people on the train.
The scenery the train was travelling through was very barren and desert like, even so we still saw herds of cows and goats. The ...
... were greeted at check in by a 10 year old boy. The room was not representative of the photos I'd seen, it was shabby and falling apart. The real problem though was the bathroom. Grim toilet, no soap and NO WATER. After a brief discussion with the 10 year old child we promptly left and called our driver who saved the day by taking us to a different hotel outside of the fort for £30 a night. After inspecting the room ...
... and my hips from camel riding for 2 days were in absolute agony. Thankfully, today was our last day of camel riding!
... or was just being a jerk and scared them:)
We left Ranthambhore and continued to Jaipur. Here we got to see some really old astrological clocks, the city palace and the Amer Fort. Coolest part of the Amer Fort was probably the elephant that we got to ride up there:)
After a quick visit to Jaipur (all visits have been quick I guess haha) we continued to Pushkar. Here we got to enjoy the Brahma temple, Pushkar lake and the enormous camel market going ...
Can I help you, asks a young man (also trying to sell us a desert trip)? How much to take my luggage to this hotel, I ask, showing him the address. As you like, he says. Rs50 I ask? As you like, he says. OK well I like Rs50, I say...are we agreed? As you like, he says. He takes my bag and sets off at a rate of knots. It's very hard to keep up with him but I don't want to lose sight of my luggage and we have no idea where the hotel is as 'someone' ...