Royal Rai's Guest House
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Our next stop was a local Lassi (yoghurt based drink) shop. This was delicious! We also ordered a pakora which was ridiculously hot and we wished we’d saved the Lassi until afterwards as the pakora slowly burned a hole through our mouths.
Another shop that we loved was the Jalan Sweet House! This was full of all sorts of goodies from Indian sweets, fried snacks, ...
Jodhpur is another of Rajasthan famous fortress cities in the desert. It is nicknamed the Blue City of Rajasthan because of the color most houses in some of its neighborhoods are painted. Blue houses are apparently typical of the Brahman priestly caste in some parts of India and are said to deter the presence of mosquitos. They create a unique vista of the city from higher viewpoints.
... One discovery led to another, I stumbled upon one of the two highly regarded omelette street stalls and sat myself down for a treat. Chowed down a towering masala butter egg toast that oozed out tangy mayonnaise from the charred but moist masala spiced omelette. Cleaned the palette down with a wash of a chilled fruit beer soda. All in all - only 40 Rs. This one hell of a street snack till today still makes my mouth ...
... was spicy, smooth and delicious! David's Tea should take some tips from India. Finally feeling the exhaustion from our big day of exploration, we head back to the hotel around sundown and tried out the rooftop restaurant. Indulging in a delightful dinner under the stars and surrounded by the fort, we wished that we had more time in this incredible city. However we had an early train to Ajmer the next morning so we can begin our Pushkar adventure.
... refreshing beer we had been hoping for after a long hot day on the bus. However, after spending 200 rupees (£2) each on the cans we weren't just going to throw them away! so amongst all the glitz and the glamour of the beautifully decorated inner courtyard we sulked in the corner and dutifully sipped our cans of Indian Special Brew. When we finished we bought some much more acceptable 5%25 beer and headed out to the stage in the final ...