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... room and are all dying to get fed. Would someone please buy something so we can eat? Howard falls on his sword and buys some cloth thing which will probably be used to clean the car but takes the pressure of the rest of us. YOU will now all pick sari's for group photo. Men, pick material and take to my husband he will teach you to make a turban. Now dressed and with photo opportunity complete we are fed and sent to bed. In the morning we all go looking for the wonderful pool ...
... the beds, shower and towels scored highly. The wifi was a dismal failure!
Laine is amazed by the incessant drumming and train whistles that sound throughout the night. Meanwhile, Vanessa sleeps on.
Head coverings and human cargo carriers
Too much time SEATED.
Ancient farming and irrigation techniques.
Fruit bats, water bullocks and cute cats outside our ...
Since I had a few comments, I just wanted to clarify. I did not have internet in the desert! I just did the desert post a day later
This town has long been known for mining stones, so it has
always had riches. Because of this, the
king/army of Jaipur used to attack the Jodhpur kingdom in an attempt to steal
their riches. Jaipur was never
successful because it was hard to attack Jodhpur's fort in its ...
... would've cooked for us had we stayed longer), egg curry, various rotis, dhal...and one gulab jamun that was shared 4-ways...not as good as Amma's. The haveli had a rooftop with colourful old tiles - and A View - of the Blue City. Lunch, rooftop view, and toilet stop done (by the way, all the toilets so far have been Clean - is it Rajasthan or are things changing in India??) it was time to meet our guide for the city walk - Kuldeep Singh, who was a charming young man with a ...
... at one time, was a summer palace of the Jodhpur Royal Family. It is divided into two parts - the actual palace and the old stable block. Both are situated in enormous gardens full of wildlife next to one of the earliest reservoirs in Rajasthan. There was also a very pleasant swimming pool.
Before we went out to dinner our guide showed us around the gardens and we had the opportunity of looking into the old palace.