Hotel Ranveer Bhawan
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... Lovely man. He counts among his guests prince Charles and Camilla, Richard Gere, rockabilly etc.
Quite a few bought carpets and we were left poorer with our purchase.
We didn't have a cc with us so he delivered to the hotel that night complete with his french beret.
Had an interesting lunch at the hotel reminding us of faulty towers. Complete with a black edition ...
... me appreciate other things as well. In America, money is so much less of an issue to worry about (in some ways, I'm not saying life in the USA doesn't revolve around money because of course it does, but in terms of spending). A tourist in the USA doesn't have to be worried that a taxi driver will charge them 3-5x the actual price, they won't need to question the prices that shop owners have labeled their merchandise, or be lied to about the ...
... was the Jaswant Thada, a mausoleum built in 1899 in memory of the former Maharaja of Jodhpur, Jaswant Singh. It is a beautiful marble building located by a small lake. The Jaswant Thada also serves as a traditional cremation ground of the Jodhpur rulers. There are exquisitely carved gazebos and a multi-tiered garden. In death as in life, the Maharajas of India surrounded themselves in ...
... 8230;.we were landing at Delhi’s T3), so Skytrain to T2 it was. We still had plenty of time after checking in and changing money so had a little pre-trip drink. I wondered whether to have dinner in-flight (since it was a 2.30AM flight, and I really didn’t need to eat at 4 in the morning) - but dinner was lamb curry, so the decision was practically made for me (note: the lamb curry was very good). Watched a documentary on Vivian Maier, the nanny/photographer (quite ...
... really captures your imagination.
Reflecting on our stay in Jodhpur I have to say it is a lot more relaxed than most places we have been, though not really relaxed by UK standards. They paint the houses blue for many reasons. Blue is the colour of Brahmins (holy men) and it repels mosquitoes. One reason is that it keeps the place cool as this indigo blue reflects the sun. In general, it’s a pretty cool place to ...