Fort Chanwa Luni
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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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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... now is a good time to write my reflection post... The trip is still very fresh so maybe the things I feel I've learned and taken away from this is a little too cliche and I need time to readjust in the USA again but here goes anyway. Of course, there are so many things that we take for granted in America and other more developed countries: clean drinking water (even for many people who've lived here their whole life, the water is unsafe to ...
... fort. I love travelling in tuk tuk's as you get to see and experience the city closely as you pass through. One of the highlights this journey was getting stuck in traffic as a Rajasthani wedding party went past - the family and those to be we'd were on white horses and had their heads completely covered with garlands of marigolds so you could hardly tell who was who, only whether they were male or female by the sari's or kurta's. Behind them were ...
We had only enough time to enjoy a cold bottle of pepsi before heading out again, this time with someone from our hotel who offered a complimentary walking tour of the city. He took us though ancient blue neighbourhoods, neat temples, market square and to a few shops, including one with "Mind boggling tea". This may have been the best tea either of us have ever tried. Made up of freshly ground green cardamom pods, cinnamon and saffron, ...
... surrounded by the main house with two rooms that I saw, one for the son’s computers and a fridge. The other was for the carpets they and the villagers made, as the Prajapat family were traditionally weavers and attracted many visitors, they also sold other carpets made by other families on their behalf.
All the family slept outside in the courtyard on large wooden beds, made by CP. On one side of the courtyard were two small buildings, one was ...
... day. I caught a taxi from my hotel (he was a reasonable taxi driver because I think he worked for the nice hotel I had spent my first five nights at, and he had to be good to clients of the hotel) and I made my way to an area called Paharganj, which is basically a backpacker ghetto in Delhi. After I checked in to a ****** hotel (I ended up switching the next day), I decided to walk up and down the main bazaar in Paharganj and explore a little bit. As a tourist when you first arrive in ...