Ghanerao Royal Castle Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... He immediately struck a very serious passport photo face - until KF said, ‘Say chapati’ - which cracked him up.
Bagdharam offered to take us to his home which was about 1km away - we had to decline - by this time the sun was beating down and my head felt like it could fry an egg - we'd forgotten our hats. We were back in the hotel after an hour or so’s walk, one which was peppered with ‘Ram Ram’s and ‘Hari ...
... a frying pan over a little cooking fire in their kitchen. Spicy red chutney accompanied the meal, along with an onion and pepper dish. It was quite delicious. The Bishnoi live peaceably in nature; they do not cut down trees, nor eat any non-vegetarian foods. They believe in extending compassion to all living beings. I felt right at home with their principles, but think I would have a hard time smoothing out the mixture of cow dung and ...
... almost extinct because people were killing them for food. They gave it that name so they would be treated as cows and not killed. While we were having happy hour we heard loud music and singing, Raghu told us it was a groom going to meet his bride for the wedding. It was a wonderful scene with everyone dancing and singing. The celebrating went on until 2 in the morning and then started again at 3 ...
... in our rooms so are not able to view them. However, I am being entertained with very loud wedding party festivities out on the street. I don't think there is much prospect of an quiet early night in this remote village!
Next day addendum: The wedding ceremony continued till 3:30 am with continual drumming and ritual chanting broadcast over the entire village by loudspeakers. Some of us are a bit tired this ...
... he tried to keep taking photos of me secretly from around the corner (thankfully our guide was keeping a very close eye over us all). Our jeep picked us up again for a scenic drive back to our palace hotel, stopping along the way for a cup of tea and biscuits. We also had the chance to spot loads of animals along the drive, including my favourite, more monkeys.... When our driver decided to stop right in front of the monkeys I screamed out for him not too, as sitting on ...