Desertscape Resort Jodhpur
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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As we pulled into the outskirts of Jodhpur (the blue city), we were pulled up at a busy round about by who I would assume was a police officer. A man dressed in a dark green beret with an olive green khaki uniform. I hate to say it, but he resembled Saddam Hussein a bit. Billoo got out of the car and had a quick discussion with the officer. Billoo then leaned into the car window and asked "Can I have 100 rupees?" which we gave him. Then in front of our ...
... to drop us off at a better hotel that he recommended, called Jagdamba. His recommendation was perfect, so we settled. While we ate lunch on the rooftop, we chatted with the hotel manager, who spent several years living and working for Nokia in Finland.
The next day, Jason went to the airport to pick up his close friend Becca, from Michigan, whom he met when they were studying abroad together in Freiburg. Aside from a quick drive across the Canadian border, Becca ...
We went to the palace today and had a look round there wasn't much to see really and we were a little disappointed but it was a great building to see. It's split these days between the maharajas quarters a hotel and small museum. We wanted to stay at the hotel but it was a little pricey £350 per night so we gave it a miss. Maybe next time. So ...
From Nimaj, we took a 2 hour jeep ride to Jodhpur. Here we stayed in a Guest house, which was a family house. Yes, as soon as we walked though the doors we check for wifi. Winner, they have it! After an hour or so of being here, we head into Jodhpur city and explore Mehrangarh Fort. This also overlooks Blue Village, which all the houses in the small area are painted in blue. Apparently this was done ...
... the searing heat. As we departed Udaipur, I was interested to notice (in my glass cabinet next to the driver) that this particular driver, despite his age, never used the horn. I questioned this unique behaviour, when 10 minutes into the journey he ploughed into a new ford car on a major intersection. Whilst the aging bus was virtually untouched, the ford was heavily damaged and the driver was irate. Police got involved and temperatures escalated both inside and ...