Hotel Ranveer Bhawan
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Set off for Jodhpur realising along the way I had lost a day somewhere. Great having days rolling into one another. The road journey led us through the mountains back onto the dusty plains - quite amazing how so many people live and survive in these conditions. There is colour popping up everywhere with the women in their beautiful saris working on the land or walking along the road with pots on their head looking so elegant. What amazes me constantly is they ...
... own crops and use the berries, leaves, branches, roots, etc. for their daily living. Amazing. You talk about organic...this is the epitome of ABSOLUTE organic farming. Even their spices are grown on the land. Usually women and children go out and pluck weeds. No chemicals at all around here. They do have some irrigation systems running in some fields. They are sort of old school irrigation systems but they work. The Indian government drills deep wells, 200 m deep and ...
... busy and hot so we didn't stay long. The Jain religion is the one where devout monks wear masks so they don't breathe in insects and sweep the floor in front of their feet so they don't kill them by standing on them. We had to remove all leather (purses, watch straps etc) before entering. Somehow I missed out but the others all received a gentle daub of ochre on their foreheads as good wishes for a long and auspicious life - hope you can see them in the photo.
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... stands 120 meters over the city and dominates the skyline with its impregnable walls. Walls that were chiselled from the rock on which the Fort stands as the structure merges with the hill that it was built on. Intricate lattice stone work adorns the outside of the interior palace walls providing and ornate feast for the eyes. Opulent interiors predominate and provide a glimpse into the lifestyle of the Mughal royal family and court. At 6 pm our driver's day is over and ...
Up early as we were getting picked up at 7am for a lovely 6 hour drive to Jodhpur – the blue city. We had 2 cars come to take us so Patrick, Sarah and Doug went in with Delip (the driver) and Claudia, Catherine (from El Salvador), Ella and Hannie were in with Vikram. The drive wasn't bad but the roads in India are very much touch and go. Some are quite good whereas others are appalling. And they’re all dirty ...