Mandore Guest House
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... a late Christmas gift he said) from a highly recommended store. Given that our garden hotel was located further out of town, and more up market (read meal prices were exorbitant!), we were satisfied with dining back in our mud-brick circular room built around the trunk of a large tree. We did "perambulate" around the hotel's formal garden in an “Austenesque style” and failed once again to appreciate ...
... cute but creepy!
There were many creatures big and small today...slimy, slithery, scaly, feathery and leathery. There were many many kids and much fun to be had with very little at their disposal. My hope was restored that childens' imaginations were still alive and well and also that healthy environments still exist and that the value of rest, relaxation and spending time with your neighbours is still something of great value and practiced in many parts of the ...
... also a lesson in how to walk on an Indian street. As we made our way through the narrow lanes, Kuldeep just walked straight ahead, generally ignoring horns, and crossing the lanes without looking left or right...the autos and bikes just avoided him. And so I did just that - we had to walk single file through the narrow alleys of the old market; I kept my eyes on Kuldeep’s back and ignored all the honking, no sudden moves left or right - this was whether we were ...
... Then into Mandore Gardens, once again these are well kept gardens and cenotaphs to the dead maharaja. These are again in very good condition. It was so nice to wander around without any touts or crowds. This is one thing I have been pleasantly surprised with India as a whole. It is nowhere near as crowded as I expected. Mandore was the capital of the province until Jodhpur was established in the 15th century. To my delight we then came across the "Hall of Heroes and Divinities", ...
This morning we rise early-ish, have breakfast on the rooftop terrace and then head up to the Mehrangarh Fort. The fort is built out of a 120m high rock outcrop, with 6 - 36m high battlements. The main entrance is now located on the northeastern flank with a road leading down into the town. Since we are staying in the old town on the western side we enter the fort through the original 1705 Victory Gate or Fateh Pol. To reach the top we pass through several other gates, ...