Mandawa Haveli

Address: Near Sonthaliya Gate, Mandawa, Rajasthan, 333 704, India | Hostel
 
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This hostel is located on Near Sonthaliya Gate, Mandawa.
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      Travel Blogs from Mandawa

      Tour of India, Essence of Rajasthan

      A travel blog entry by brenton-alan on Jan 13, 2015

      29 photos

      ... much because of the noise and the very blocked sinuses.

      The area we are staying in has one of the biggest markets in Delhi, so we venture out, but not far to see the action. Its is madness, so its back to the hotel.

      13th
      Our tour starts today and our driver and guide meet us at 9am and we are off to see the city. We are taken to may interesting place, none of which i can remember what they are called. Now we have both seen a fair bit ...

      Public Speaking, Painted Havelis and lots of rats!

      A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Oct 04, 2013

      8 photos

      ... for photographing the young males fighting, which I particularly wanted to do. Unfortunately when we arrived, the park HQ informed us that Tal Chappar had experienced a night of torrential rain making it impassable for our jeep, so walking was the option (fine anyway) but walking was only permitted in a small area. As it turned out that was not a problem, as I saw the fighting males quite close up, plus finally took some great pictures of a Hoopoe. The Antelope ...

      In and around The Pink City

      A travel blog entry by global.nomads on Jan 01, 2012

      39 photos

      ... gestreift und fungieren wahrscheinlich nebenher auch gleich als Sonnenschutz. Indische Frauen tragen auch Fußkettchen und Zehenringe und, und, und.

      In einigen Straßenzügen werden große Tempelstatuen aus Marmor geschliffen. Die ersten groben Arbeitsschritte leisten Winkelschleifer und Kreissägen mit ohrenbetäubendem Lärm. Steinstaub liegt überall schwer in der Luft. Es tut mir in der Seele weh, die Steinmetze bei ihrer kunstvollen Arbeit zu beobachten. ...

      Our start of the Silk Route

      A travel blog entry by simon.caryn on Jun 23, 2011

      11 photos

      ... aircon we went)
      Had another amazing curry – with cottage cheese and Si was really happy with his first Kingfisher beer!

      Well, day one of the tour and already we were blown away. We did get a little worried, spending so long in the car, with the a man who didn't talk to us – wondered if doing it ourselves would've been better, but there is no way we would've come here – doing that journey on a local bus!!! It was so worth it, such a gorgeous village!
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      Love is life

      A travel blog entry by ashokbhojania on Dec 12, 2010

      5 photos

      I AM ASHOK KUMAR. I AND MY FRNDS WERE GOING FOR TOUR FOR ENTERTAINMENT .OUR TOUR IS VERY GOOD WE ARE FOUR BOYS AND FOUR GIRLS .. THEY ARE MY GOOD FRNDS WE HAVE SEEN SO MANY MOLS AND GREENRY PLACES .



      VENUE :-
      BHOJAN
      RAJGARH
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