Castle Bera (Rawala)
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... emergency stops during our often lengthy road trips. But he is always upbeat and cheerful, making dreadful jokes and witty ripostes. After one such stop in the middle of nowhere he re-entered the bus and said 'Sorry I took so long, there was a bit of a queue'.
Inexplicably Rachel finds Tony amusing and in a display of sisterhood group hysteria she and Jean spend long minutes each day collapsed in giggles whilst the men do a double act of tomfoolery.
... local royal family, there is also a castle about six klm away which is also partly converted into a hotel. The rest of the castle is used as the residence for the royal family. Pretty cool place to spend Xmas. Dinner is amazing, more food than you could possibly eat. After dinner they light the bonfire and soon after a couple of other guests arrive so we sit and chat and have a couple of glasses of red. A nice ...
... which lasts for 15 days. Dhuleti day is the day of caution for tourists like us.
If you happen to travel to any part of Rajasthan by road on the day of Dhuleti, it will be the worst time you will see in your life. Every 10 kms, you will find road blocks created by locales. They will stop your vehicle and ask for money. If you ...
About two hours by car through the mountains -- very pretty countryside is the most exquisite Jain Temple built out of marble in the 13th century. 1444 columns each individually carved outbof marble. Very beautiful. Then we went to the maraeshji bahn a beautiful country retreat. as the King of Jodpur is a ...
... than the average speed frequently overtaking slower traffic. If an oncoming vehicle was large we would wait behind the slower driver ahead of us until it passed . If the vehicle was a car our size or a motorcycle we would sound the horn and pass without hesitation, the oncoming vehicle just squeezing over making it a three lane highway. What a hoot! We saw even more cows, goats and street dogs than on the big road, causing us to stop or change lanes many times.