Fort Chanwa Luni
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFort Chanwa Luni Jodhpur
Converted Fort with rooms in new wings. Rooms are large and well appointed, No Wi-Fi. Staff are helpful and buffet for diner was reasonably priced good food. Evening programmes of dancing.
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... So your role could be
clothes washer, entertainer, cook, etc. and your caste was determined by the
importance of the work you did.
Low cast eats
street pigs – We were wondering
why the poor people here don’t’ just eat the street animals. Well we found out that the people in the
lowest caste (the untouchables) will actually eat the pigs if the need to
because they are so poor
... init along with photographing cows and getting the ***** so I swung by on the way back down after spending, and I'm not even ******** you, about seven hours up there. I can't speak highly enough about this fort.
I told her I wanted something on my neck because clearly I needed to be more conspicuous then I just sat there sipping chai and let her get on with whatever design she fancied and I'm ...
... at the Cosy we made good use of the rooftop in the shadows of the great fort with views across the city. We decided to make our way to the fort at sunrise to take in the views. It didn’t turn out to be our best idea. En route to the fort we were surrounded by a huge pack of yapping dogs that looked like they wanted to have a go. With thoughts of rabies never far away we decided it would probably be best to make a ...
... s painting lesson. The head of the school was waiting for us, Clíona asked what the plan was and decided to paint a miniture war horse, what a surprise! The process was the opposite to what you're taught in art school. Here it is all about the painting process itself, personal feelings dont enter the work. A historic or religious scene is being created. It's quite therapeutic. The painting took about an hour and he was pretty impressed...he said clíona had the ...
... Tini tiny streets filled with beautiful colours. This city is famour for fabrics and all women here can be seen in vibrant saris!
The owner of the guest house is lovely, and told us to make ourselves feel at home! His family are all smiley and helpful. He organised a jeep safari for us, and we headed out towards no man's land! We stopped at the Jain temple on the way, it was full of blooming flowers and a monk sat my the main ...