How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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... lit up. If not for the honking from the road below it would have been the perfect setting for a peaceful meal, then again it really wouldn’t have been the same without the ever present horns that had become a part of our lives since we touched down in Delhi.
The next morning it was back in the car (of course) as we made our way to Jodhpur to celebrate my 29th birthday with what else…a tour of a fort! Until Next Time…David & ...
... that you are bargaining for a shirt and pants for less than $10 Canadian, you don't care as much.
We headed back to the hotel to pack our things ( we could leave our big packs behind till he next day), grab our sleeping bags provided by hotel and set out into the desert. Izzy and Alice almost decided to stay behind as they still weren't feeling well, but much better now, (or so they thought) so they came along. The trip out to camel point was about an hour so I ...
... and hooked. I always have to asked for "Indian spicy" as they didn't get the memo on my Iron Stomach and think white man can't handle it ( which to be fair is probably mostly true). I really have to look them in the eye and say, " I mean it, INNNNDIAN Spicy"
For dessert we walked up to a lookout to feast our eyes on the first of many beautiful Indian sunsets and a view of our home... The Fort.
... a lazy morning wondering around we were picked up from our hotel at 2pm and driven out into the desert for about an hour where we met our 3 guides and our camels (Bulldozer and Archie :)) after the camels had been loaded with supplies and our camping stuff we jumped on (literally as they were the biggest camels I had ever seen) and we set off into the baking hot desert. At first the riding wasn't too bad but after 2 hours it was pretty uncomfortable and my thighs and ...
... it where they had laid out mattresses and pillows for people to relax on. We were served tea and poha. After a long wait a song and dance performance began which lacked in energy and co-ordination compared to what we had seen earlier on our trip to Udaipur. We now had more than one reason to conclude this was not such a great experience worth the money we paid after all! After a very ordinary, rather basic meal we went to bed and slept sound. We expected it to be cold at night, but it ...