Mandore Guest House
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMandore Guest House Jodhpur
We stayed here for one night while on a tour. Our room was comfortable and clean. The food was excellent. We had a wonderful time here in this spa kind of retreat.
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We take a ride across the desert to Rajasthan's second-largest city, the busy and chaotic Jodhpur (approx 6 hrs). Jodhpur is known for its antique shops and the best lassi in India. And yes, it is where those famous trousers come from. We explore the colossal Mehrangarh Fort and take in the great views from its ramparts, which …
Day 47 - afternoon/evening
Day 11 of Rajasthan Experience Tour
Wow, wow and wow! I stood in front of a real architectural masterpiece towering over 400 feet high above the sky line of the Blue City of Jodhpur!
This muscular fort by the name of Meherangarh stood completely in splendor on a perpendicular cliff. Built in …
... are arranged. Her family would take care of her. I chose to believe him, but then lowered my sunglasses and turned towards the window quietly. The tears that wouldn;t come in Jodhpur flowed freely for some time on the bus. There was something about her story that cut through me. It is a choice to suspend any disbelief: that she will be well cared for by her family is likely.The world is still a beautiful place, full of good people. But all kids CAN learn, and she is, for ...
... if you will. I am NOT a princess! I may have a flat iron on this trip, but I can happily use a squat toilet and pee in the bush. I am a germaphobe, not a princess So as I enter the gate of the temple, I suddenly forget the rats because there's a big cockroach that runs in front of me, and nothing - I mean NOTHING - freaks me out more than a cockroach, not even rats. Getting past him is a personal triumph over irrational fear, and then my reward is to find myself in ...
... style remains just as it was. In the late 1970s, like the Lake Palace we stayed in in Udaipur, it was too expensive to run as a private home and a large part of it was made into a hotel - have to say, we were tempted to stay there as well! Back in town, we seized upon the chance to have a Saffron Lassi (only found in Jodhpur and delicious) and then planned our trip out.
Jodhpur - definitely worth the stop (but try and stay out of the Old Town!) ...