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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... uns am Abend für ein/zwei Lassis treffen. ;)
Der Aufstieg auf den Berg benötigt mehr Kraft als gedacht. Ich lerne Leo und drei Frauen aus China kennen. Alle haben einen sehr ansehenden Beruf und arbeiten u.a. für den vice president. Zusammen fällt der Aufstieg um einiges leichter, da wir nach einigem Fragen endlich wissen, wo der wirkliche Eingang ist. Obwohl meine Mitreisenden sehr wohlhabend sind, versuchen sie für alles möglichst wenig ...
... 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 ...
... our 60kg limit. Jetlag set in on the flight and all our heads were lolling. We were told at least 3 times that Jodhpur airport is also a defence base and no photography was allowed on the tarmac or in the terminal - despite this, some clowns still took photos on the tarmac...though this was no Paro Airport. As we landed I looked out for ‘blueness’, Jodhpur being the Blue City….but all I saw was one blue fence and two blue roofs.
We were met by Narender, ...
... 000 people in high heat. It is pretty amazing that our brain can process so many things at once really. And this is in a desert city, nothing to which I am sure will compare to what is in our future.
Speaking of the streets it sure is an adventure to wander around and be tailored into new clothes, head dressed in scarves, bedazzled with jewels and accessorized with man made leather. Hard to restrain one self from buying something at every ...
... The tranquility of the space is absorbing. Since being here I learned that Jainism is the most ascetically demanding of the all Indian religions. Compassion for all life is a central precept. Jains are strict vegetarians - and even avoid eating root vegetables. Their choice of occupation has been circumscribed by their beliefs. They could not go into the military, and they could not go into agriculture because they would kill too many bugs. So ...