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... days in Mumbai. This was the end of an outstanding trip that was organised and led by 'Commodore' Peter Johns who was very ably assisted by his wife Karen. To have been part of a trip that was so carefully organised and managed was simple fantastic. Our welcome and continuing hospitality was greatly enhance by having a leader with an 'illustrious' title (as one would expect as a previous commodore of the Royal Brighton Yacht Club!) as titles are a pivotal focus point in Indian ...
... down the phone. He hung up!
All was well, however, as he rang Ashwani later in the day
to inform him that we were to be installed in “the best rooms” in all future
hotels. Being endowed with this extra power was ideal for our Cathy who conducted
detailed inspections of all future hotel rooms before we checked in. We were
subsequently fussed and feted by everyone everywhere we went!
We were then driven up ...
... because whilst I'd happily go through life never needing any part of me sewn back up, some body parts on my list of "Places I Never Ever Want Stitches" are higher than others. I think "vagina" tops that list.
But yeah, let's talk about things that don't cause wincing such as Mehrangarh Fort though the entrance fee might cause a small amount of discomfort. ₹500 including your camera ...
First stop Udaipur... So the journey began with a nice peaceful air conditioned taxi ride to the airport...2 planes another taxi and 6 hours later we arrived in Northern India. We drove to our hotel in Udaipur in the dark and all we could see from the taxi were hundreds and hundreds of twinkling Christmas lights! Fab I thought, anyone who knows me knows I love Christmas! These though were obviously for Diwali but that was good enough for me.
The hotel ...
... so much for being in the desert!?!? Just adds to the story :)
We woke early to the sun and packed up our things to mount our furry friends one last time before heading back and saying goodbye to Jaisalmer, as we were taking a 6hr local bus to Jodhpur at 1:30pm.
Bus ride in India is pretty comical. First the horns are straight out of a fresh prince of bell air show and go off every 15 minutes it seems to let more people on and off the bus. At ...