Mandore Guest House
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and travel on before filtering off when they've had enough. In many ways horns are a useless accoutrement, as nobody seems to pay them any attention at all, especially groups of school boys walking three and four abreast down the side of the road and Ravi leaning on his horn like Louis Armstrong as we pass within an inch of the boy on the outside, and he doesn't even flinch! If cows are kings then the road is God, determining whether we make it or not, leading us down ...
The day started with a strategy meeting with Ashwani who,
being good at his job, realised that our original itinerary could be improved
considerably. We had already enjoyed the fruits of his wisdom on a few
occasions and his idea was that we would enjoy time in a wild life park and a
bird sanctuary in preference to the plans in the original agenda.
We were also disappointed with ...
... and acts as an insect repellent. Back in the day only Brahmans, the priest caste who interpret the holy Vedas and lead rituals, could have a blue house. These days anyone can get in on the action and the result is some fab views from the hilltop. So I allocated Jodhpur one whole day then proceeded to do everything I could fit into daylight hours. I went to the fort, I checked out that little memorial ...
... last place on the list was a relatively new royal palace that only opened its doors in the 1940s having taken 15 years to build. The Maharaja and his family still live there so only part of the palace is open to the public, with part of the building also being used as an expensive hotel. There was also a new district of houses in the vicinity of the palace that the Maharaja is paying to have built and then selling on. The guy clearly ...
... it afforded. I was supposed to get an audio guide, but it required a piece of ID and 2000 Rs deposit. I only keep 2500 on me at any time, but it had bought a meal and the ticket for the fort, so only had about 1800, and had no ID, just left it in the car because I didn't think I would need it for a simple tour. So all of the pictures uploaded today will not have a great naming scheme and descriptions like before (I don't even know if you ...