Bombay Hotel

Station Road, Jodhpur, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, 342002, India | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Jodhpur

The blue city

A travel blog entry by jojo-a-lenka


... train was on platform 10 instead of 9…

Second class was not so bad but we had an upper berth - which means less space and is cold due to air con.

After a long 12 hours journey we have finally arrived to Jodhpur. Our tuk-tuk pick up was already waiting for us, and we were ready for a new adventure. After couple of minutes journey early in the morning, we thought that our tuk-tuk guy is taking us somewhere else, as the streets ...

Day 9! Art, fort and zip line!

A travel blog entry by mvr-miriam


... We were very excited for this. We had to fill in a form for safety reasons and as soon as clíona handed in hers they asked: are you irish?! Turns out a girl working there was also from Ireland, Dublin. Nice coincidence! We got strapped in to our harnesses, got safety instructions and had a test run on a little bit of whire behind their office. Now it was time for the real work! We climbed up some stairs and there it was, the first whire, right above the blue city. We were a ...

Pushkar Camel Mela and Holy Kartik Purnima

A travel blog entry by davidobrienvt


... around the room and Eric went counterclockwise. When we met in the middle we both shared the same reaction, the raja looked nearly identical to our hotel owner/host from last night, just down the road in Jodhpur. We thought at the very least perhaps the two were brothers, and we knew the hotel owner had connections to the royal family. Ranjit later clarified for us that the hotel owner is a cousin of the raja. On exiting the museum, we asked the guard if we could see the ...

Delhi to Jodhpur

A travel blog entry by gumnut_kim


... struck population. We also visited the Clock Tower and markets around it and just soaked in the colours, the sounds, the sights and smells. We were greeted by so many friendly locals who were on the whole very happy to be photographed. Some seek us out to take their photograph. A highlight of this visit to the Clock Tower was the Tuk Tuk ride there and back. It was a little tricky across the cobblestones though! ...

The Blue City

A travel blog entry by lucybloxham

Up next was the Blue City of Jodhpur. Famous for being blue. Arriving mid-afternoon and slightly peckish, Alex and I went for a wander around the town centre (hearing that it was famous for its Indian sweets) to find some food. Aiming to be back again before dark, we walked only for about twenty minutes and came to the Clock Tower which was the main market. 'Perfect' we thought; a quick bite and a short walk and then back to the hotel (which was indeed much less grand than the last ...


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