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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... in our seats, as he unmistakeable dozed off mid sentence every couple of minutes. Clearly our palms are boring, though maybe for fortune telling that's a good thing.
The must do in Jodhpur is to explore the Fort by zip line. We joined a surprisingly witty Indian family that had us in stitches to fly the 6 zip lines that stretch over the fortress and surrounding lake, totaling to 1 km ...
... of the rooms in
a couple of the hotels and decided that we should contact Naz back in Delhi to
change a few things quickly. Our conversations were entertaining to say the
least. He was o.k. making the changes to the itinerary but not too helpful with
our hotel requests for better rooms. This time I rose to the challenge and
after listening to some typical salesman`s drivel I used the subtle but
effective method of shouting ...
... dung beetles bury themselves with round balls of camel dung, a beautiful desert sunset and equally amazing sunrise, dining on campfire cooked Dal, chapati and Aloo gobi, watching countless shooting stars blaze across the night sky from our cozy cots set out in the open on the dunes. All in all, it was a very nice, sand covered tour into a remote part of India and we are happy we partook. After one more night in the fort of Jaisalmer, we headed off to ...
... 8211; the Mehrangarh Fort. This dominates the skyline and overlooks the old City where all the houses have been painted in natural indigo that gives them a light blue colour. Rajasthan is famous for its many Forts and some are much larger than others (namely the Amber Fort) and this one was no exception. It was a huge maze of rooms and corridors that lead into beautifully decorated bedrooms to large dining rooms with copious amounts ...
... off would have been a good idea. ***
I have realised just how polite we Brits are, no one says thank you here, or let's you go first, no politeness like we have. Everybody just squeezes through, they would rather die than pause and let someone go ahead. The fort was lovely, but it was a fort. Seen one .........
Back into the car after fighting my way through thousands of Indian tourists we headed back into the city to go to the City Palace. ...