WelcomHeritage Bal Samand Garden Retreat
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Today we set out to visit the fort at Jodhpur, whose bulk we had seen at some distance the previous day when we were approaching the city. The fort is known as Mehrangarh and is still owned by the Jodhpur Royal Family though they built a new palace in the 1930s which is now part hotel and part their home.
Mehrangarh stands on a 120m high …
Today we set off on a fairly lengthy drive to Jodphur, starting by retracing some our route from Bikaner. Some of the road was susceptible to being covered in sand but with no recent winds we shouldn't find any problems. Whilst we were heading away from the real desert of the Thar we saw a number of substantial sand dunes - something we hadn't …
... where our room is she sternly points to the opposite end of the complex and says "you...at the end". We have just walked into our room and strike 2. We are told shut the room door! Mosquitoes. We all rock up at 7:30pm for a meal and the steely queen advises us that we said 7:30 for tea and we have not had drinks yet. Drinks are served and small talk occurs. YOU will now view the village handicrafts. We all mill around trying to look interested at the assembled works in a ...
... they did kind of a ****** job too! Ugh I know I could've done better on myself but I rally expected these women to be better at it... I might try to find someone else to do the top of my left hand and make sure they know what they're doing tomorrow, we will see. Now we're at the hotel and the power is out temporarily so I'm sitting in the dark and we're just waiting until we go out to dinner at a hookah bar that our friend will take us to. Should be fun ...
... of Rajasthani puppetry, which appears to consist of the shrill blowing of a whistle to roughly "choreographed" movements sometimes with a musical accompaniment. It reminded us of the classic “Punch and Judy” shows with the actions sometimes debauched and at others just plain silly. The “complimentary” music and folk dance lacked the energy, pride and commitment of the Shilpgram ...