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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... tasty Kachauri, we actually did a bit of painting which wasn't half bad. One of the most relaxing and therapeutic afternoons we've had in India! Our final day in Jodhpur was quite chilled out, but having told Vijay we wanted to try Dhokla (an Indian type of dumpling which is difficult to find) he arranged to have some made for us and we met him for lunch. A really lovely end to our time here and a firm friend made. ...
... contortions to get the final limb in place. And the aisle of the bus was equally full. We finally left, and rattled along the road for about 2km. And stopped... because someone flagged the bus down! And as he heaved himself onto a bus which was clearly incapable of fitting even a mouse, about 5 more people followed him! Well, as I keep telling you, this is India.
And so the journey continued for about 6 hours. Fortunately some passengers left the ...
... right out of the city and into the countryside off the beaten track. Our jeep often had to stray off the tarmac road as the big Tata trucks hurtled down the road towards us - our driver may be called Raj but the real kings of the Indian roads are the Tata goods trucks, they stop for no-one.
Our first stop was to a Bishnoi house. These are the small stone houses we often see from the train as we pass through the countryside, so it was interesting to see inside one. It ...
... guide on this tour, enabling us to go around at our own pace and enjoy it's beauty. The fort was absolutely amazing and the rooms were just beautiful, many of which had been decorated in many kilograms of gold. There were also some fantastic view points from the fort which gave us the opportunity to admire Jodhpur, known as the "blue city" as many of the buildings are painted in indigo (blue) which is supposed to reflect the heat as well as bugs. After the fort, we visited a ...
... in the palace, we continued on our adventure to Pushkar. We were still thankful for a lovely visit to this city, where the food, clothes, and sites were plenty, we have the shoes and photos to prove it! We drove to Pushkar and stopped for lunch at a local Indian restaurant off the road. It was filled mostly with farm workers and maybe some truck drivers. By the way, the trucks here are the most colorful and crazy things you'll ever see, and there are a ton of them. Many ...