Ghanerao Royal Castle Hotel
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... We drove about half-an-hour to the Fulad railway station which is on the line between Marwar Junction and Mavli Junction. This is a narrow gauge mountain railway that has not been converted to standard gauge like most of the railway system in India. We rode for about 25 km on the train, climbing 1164 feet. The railway cars were quite basic with room for 8 people in each compartment, connected by a corridor. Along ...
... bull to move just far enough away so it wasn't hit by the train. The platform was occupied by locals awaiting to board the train and also many dogs and cows who I thought were expecting to be able to board the train too... We boarded the train and immediately being the tourists that we were started to get some happy snaps of us on an Indian train. As we sat down we noticed that one lady in our group hadn't boarded the train yet, rather had decided to start doing some ...
The day starts with a bush walk to Crocodile Dam. There are now 6 guests, another couple, honeymooners, also booked in late last night. The walk is about 30 minutes through the bush, on the way we see some monkeys and lots of birds. At the dam we spotted a crocodile on the far side. There are lots of birds. It is a lovely quiet peaceful spot. Then head back to the lodge for breakfast. When we get back the host wishes us Merry Christmas. I ...
Woke early to go for a walk to the crocodile lake. There is hardly a sound to be heard with the exception of birds and monkeys. The small dam is surrounded by reeds and is quite beautiful and peaceful. Lots and lots of bird life and even saw a crocodile. The walk back past the small farms built up our appetite and on arrival back at the lodge a hearty breakfast awaits. The only thing I think we will be doing today is venturing into the ...
A light breakfast and our driver arrives. He will be carting us around for the next three days. The first stop is for some chai and a snack at a roadside vendor. Eating off the street here is great. It's as cheap as it gets and as long the food is fresh and hot it seems to pose no problems. It is also great to spread a few dollars directly with the people. The drive is about six hours so we stop for lunch at a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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