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 …
... seem to come to Jodhpur, see the fort and not much else then head off again, I’m not sure I understand this, the old town where we are staying is very picturesque and beautiful, I hope more people come and stay for a few extra days to see what else this city has to offer.
We did of course go up to the fort, and yes it is stunning, there are tapestries, paintings, swords and chain mail ...
... whatever, just for paying attention that costs nothing. When I was searching hotels it seemed that you had stacks to chose from under £30, fewer between £30-50, even less between £60-90, very little at £100-120, then plenty over £120. I don't mind gaps in the curtains for £11 a night or ill fitting sheets but I do for £25 a night.
Anyway, I am getting side tracked, Raju took me into the market area and I went shopping. If it were remotely related to tat, I bought it. He ...
... cheeks of their family and friends -- it was spectacular. The city streets shimmered with fuchsia, magenta, yellow, lime green, purple, red, pink, and blue. "Happy Holi!" was a regular exchange; if you said the same in reply, the kids knew they had the green light to soak you in their favorite Holi hue. At the end of the night, all of us ate a delicious chicken dinner, cooked by the guest house manager's wife.
Tomorrow morning, Becca, Jason, and I will head to Jaisalmer.