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... huge bolster
cushions for your back or to lean on and very chilled out music, needless to say we went back again! This time we met two young women from Barcelona, they were great fun and we laughed so much with them, after exchanging addresses and promises to visit Edinburgh when we get back we all dragged ourselves out of our comfortable surroundings back to our
... it actually works but the indigo color sure makes for some stunning views.
We spent the day exploring the fort which was massive and had amazing, intricate detailing. On our walk back down to the city we encountered some funny locals. A man sitting on a wall said to Nick "will you take my picture? Will you send it to me? I'll write you my address... do you have a piece of paper? Do you have a pen?" And several people invited ...
... keeper we just saw helps all cows, takes in the strays or injured cows and looks after them. It's a bit of a charity so people stop by, pay money, feed the cows and will hopefully be blessed !
We got to the hotel in a residential area of the city, the grounds are very green and lush, an old worldy building, a pool and peaceful. A good amount of military aircraft have gone over on my first day, which is a shame. If there is one thing I can say to describe my hotels so far ...
... of dogs and cows. We stopped. I was worried, my husband as well, until we have noticed big board Castle View home stay. Wohoooo.
We woke up the receptionist who prepared for us very lovely tea and were waiting till 10am to get our room. I have to say that this was the best place where we stayed in India and even one of the best places what we have ever booked - Castle View home stay hotel.
Around 9ish we went on upstairs to ...
... as it was him who had tapped my foot to get that very reaction. Feeling relieved that I hadn't disappointed him, but terrible that I had screamed (apparently it's ok to scream in the courtyard just not inside the temple) I made a bee line for the exit where I lost count how many times I washed my feet and how much antiseptic gel I used on them! Gladly leaving the rat temple behind us, we were back on toward Jodhpur. On arriving at our hotel in Jodhpur, we took the opportunity to ...