Hotel Amer View
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... was not much inside but this was not entirely true. It was not as grand as the City Palace but it had a lovely maze of rooms and ramped corridors, a central fountain and you could look out through the stone latticed windows, as the ladies of bygone days would have done, to the bustling street below. Finally satiated Roz was happy to return to our hotel, which though not brilliant, had a lovely desk and would in fact turn out to be the best until we returned to ...
... a lot of things made of camel leather – belts, handbags and purses. They were gorgeous and ridiculously cheap!
I had signed up and paid for a trip this afternoon to Ranthambore Fort but Brem said that it was a half hour walk uphill including a lot of steps, so I, and quite a few others, decided not to go! We had lunch (a huge choice of dishes but mostly curry!) but I’m happy with rice and chapatis and a little bit of curried meat. Then we sat ...
... continue as planned. We arrived on what they called the farm of Elefun, it was more a garden enclosed, equiped with a swimming pool for the elephants and a covered sand area. In the middle stood the magnificent Rangmalla, a 28 year old asian elephant, chomping away on sugar cane, content in the shade with her keeper. We were told to intoduce oursleves by letting her smell us, stroke her and speak to her. An elephants brain is 5kg and they remember everyone ...
... There were two dancing women who danced with pots of fire balanced on their heads, and then one woman did a "pot dance" where she danced with 1 pot on her head, then 2, 3 and finally 4, and then also stood on metal posts with the pots on her head! It was capped off with a man breathing fire, and overall was very impressive. These cultural shows are always a strange thing, and both of us felt extra pressure to enjoy it ...
... s luggage safety contraption that had held our bags fastened to the bottom bunk.
A couple of slices of toast later we were back out to find the rail station to book our onwards journeys. A longer than necessary route but we found it. At the counter we were again faced with the Indian's seeming inability to be polite as various strangers tried to squeeze in front of us. The ticket lady wasn't very helpful but we finally got a ticket booked to Jodphur for ...