Mandore Guest House
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... a special woman's only carriage at the front of the trains, which avoids groping hands and pick pockets. The pop of colour from all of the saris down the carriage was beautiful. Would be great to have that in London when travelling on a rainy winter day! Before meeting my group on my second day in Delhi I had a look around Dilli Haat, an Indian craft market with lovely items from across the country. I succumbed and bought a gorgeous kurta and patterned shawl from 'The Tribes of ...
... to warn our two friends. It is their first time in India and the auto ride was like nothing they could have imagined! They got off their autos just a tad dazed.
The Raas is a beautiful hotel. Every room has a grand view of the magnificent Mehrangarh Fort. What a breathtaking view! We stood at our balconies just standing and staring at this vast imposing fort towering above the hotel.
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... the colour of dust until you could rinse it out. Kind of weird to stare at the world through blood red eyes. Some of the kids either used their powder early or couldn't afford to buy any as they appeared to be rubbing a type of silver grease on us. People danced in the narrow streets under make shift showers that had been erected for the day that spewed out dyed water while a group on another corner splashed water around in a cauldron that I'm sure ...
... was hoping a few good hotels to also choose from. The first one I saw was perfect. Hot water, clean sheets, free wifi and the added bonus of the aforementioned discotheque. Result. Anyway, Jaws2 has almost finished on the tv so I'll be off for some scoff and a beer before strutting my funky stuff. I'll hopefully upload some photos later. ...
... when suddenly a barrier appeared in our path. With nowhere to go we went right, the wrong way round the roundabout, dodging oncoming traffic. We were in front but not for long so our death defying tactic was to no avail. Have never seen so many cows wandering, many a close call on our trip here last night. Jodhpur is also known as the Blue City as many houses are painted blue. We visited Jaswant Thada, a collection of royal cenotaphs built of ...