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TravelPod Member ReviewsDhillon House Jodhpur
Dhillon House is a small ideal place to stay and rest during Rajasthan trip hotel.
Outside the noise of the city, it offers hospitality, peace and great food guest house,
also comfortable and clean rooms.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
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... macht sich bezahlt. Als wir oben ankommen, entfacht sich die ganze Stadt vor uns. Es ist eine unbeschreiblich schöne Aussicht. Eine angenehme kühle Priese weht uns um die Ohren. Und es ist -im Vergleich zur Innenstadt- sehr ruhig.
Am Nachmittag suchen wir auf einem rooftop Restaurant Zuflucht vor der starken Sonneneinstrahlung. Als wir E-Mail Adressen austauschen, unterschreibt eine der Damen in meinem Notizbuch. (Keine Ahnung was sie für ...
... ships that pass in the night but it is great to share experiences and hear tales from others. Funnily enough saw two families today who we had been at Chhatra Sagar with. Had a quick check on my weather app so I could advise JMJ on suitable attire for the day: 25C, 9.8 hours of sunshine and 0% chance of rain, quite a contrast to Newbury! Nice scrambled eggs in courtyard for brekkie and then met Kundan, our guide for the day. ...
... of the fog. This was some distance away again and through the long brown thick grasses, so photography was difficult, however this time we were able to edge closer under the torn bushes. Unfortunately the eagle sensed us and left, but these two majestic cranes just carried on tussling and fighting over this toad.
I shot off my pics, whilst Jitu was straight on the phone to Harris. I managed to witness most of this scuffle before Jitu called time ...
... there. All was going well until we got off the bus and there was suddenly a lot of confusion about the "obvious" meeting point. After a few frantic phone calls and a bit of waiting around in the "bus station", we were found by our guide who took us to meet our camels! We rode out into the desert, and after three hours of taking in some mad cool scenery, we arrived at our Homestay. It was located in the middle of ...
... did get into our first “accident” today. our yuk yuk was hit by a motor cycle as the traffic police whistled for us to stop. I looked back and quickly realized why this old man had hit us. try to imagine a frail man wearing an line backers helmet that is clearly a million sizes to big and with a sight line a million times too small to be able to take in all that was going on around you. After adjusting his now flopped over helmet and his ...