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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... and having the class copy them. Other teachers played a lot of pictionary. Even though it was challenging, we greatly enjoyed the experience and had a lot of fun.
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... here too. Entry was free. With these two attractions now seen, my driver, under the instructions of my guesthouse owners, took me to sample some traditional Rajasthani food. After telling them of my time in Thailand and the food there, they were keen to know if i could handle the spiciest dishes Rajasthan had to offer. I ate it no problem and it was delicious. I think i am immune to spice now. After travelling Isaan, Thailand's north/eastern region where they serve the countries ...
... took us through the growth of the city through the centuries. As the sun was just starting to set over the far edge of the town our guide suggested that we stop for a beer to celebrate my birthday (ok he suggested we stop for a cup of tea but I liked my idea better) and casually mentioned that we should head to the roof top patio of the little guest house to see if we would have better luck getting our picture of the blue city. Needless to say he knew what he was ...
... she could wear it. Once he died, she was required to wear black clothing and no jewelry for the rest of her life, a rotten fate but the way it was back then. Since she could not wear the necklace, she sold it and built this ediface to honor him. I have asked Bonnie not to do this for me.
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