Hotel Madho Vilas Jodhpur
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OPEN AND PEACEFUL! i loved the pool. easy and safe. the lush greens and the huge neem evergreen trees did it for me! my room was private and i had my own personal sit out!
the airport is 3 km and the old city 4km! perfectly situated! the shopping market is around the Conner too
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... stares, no smile and a look of contempt as you pass them by. But as everyone says, India is a country of stark contrasts. The food here is fantastic. Contrary to our fears in advance , India is a really easy place to eat. We recognize the dishes, and our palettes are already accustomed to the Indian tastes. The food is straight from the markets and the herbs and spices abundant and fresh. I have had the best fish curry (meen moilly) in ...
... und ein Bier geht es zu unserem Hotel. Um 22:15 geht mein sleeping bus. Ich verabschiede mich von meinem neu kennengelernten Freund Santi und verspreche, dass ich ihn bald in Argentinien besuchen werde. Er ist dort Mountain- Guide und hat mir angeboten, dass wir zusammen ein trekking in den Bergen machen könnten. Wieder eine neue Gelegenheit für eine neue destination, die ich sehr gerne wahrnehmen würde.
Der sleeping bus ist um ...
... again. It was great, not much had changed in this extraordinary guesthouse. Just a little new paint job and some fabulous photos of birds on the walls. Devendra was also of course the same smiling helpful man and I remembered his brother Jitu and the cook. It was also nice to see that they were busier than my last visit, but it was a shame to miss Parvinder Singh, whom I had met there before.
That night the fog closed in on the guesthouse ...
... to Jaisalmer. This journey ultimately turned into the longest single journey on one mode of transport I have ever taken because we were delayed for 7 hours, making the journey a total of 24 hours. The six women in the group were in a communal carriage space the size of about 6ft by 6ft by 10ft for this time, so we absolutely made the most of it by getting to know each other and by the time we arrived in Jaisalmer our group was fully initiated! Jaisalmer - fort life, star sleep over ...
... fort. Within the fort are a number of seperate palaces, built at different times. Many of the palace rooms are exquisite, with wonderful decorations, art works, and cravings. The museum is full of amazing exhibits, including armoury, and palanquins and howdahs from past centuries. All in all a very worthwhile visit.
Thar will have to do for Jodhpur, though much more could be written. If you're ever in Rajasthan, visit Jodhpur, and stay in Hill View. ...