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... live a different life over here in comparison to us. They all had personal chauffeurs who took us onto a bar which one of them owned. We had free drinks and then were taken to some exclusive nightclub, where the likes of all the Bollywood stars hangout. It was very cool, everyone in there was exceptionally rich & good looking!!! Had an amazing night :-) and even got home at a semi respectable time of ...
... chat with the Rana. The ladies got traditional shawls, and B got a Rajput turban, and many silly photos were taken. We walked out to the lane in front of the hotel…and there were our rides…2 bullock carts!!! The moustachioed door man held a chair for us to step on and we settled into our seats. We made our (slow) way through the village, past little houses, groups of men and women, some chatting, some chanting, kids who waved at us in great excitement…though I do ...
We decided to take a departure from the usual local buses and have a driver from the drive from Udapur to Jodhpur, so we could see the old 15th century fort of Kumbalagargh and the famed Jaia Temples of Ranakpurwhich were kinda sorta on the way. We had a really nice driver who we chatted to us about the caste system, Brahimin and Rajput families and their traditions (as an outcast to his family, our driver was a Brahimins and his wife, through a non approved ...
... else leather, full pat down by security guards before we were allowed in. We thought we were 'templed out' so we decided not to pay the Rs100 (about $2) camera charge as we had in all other monuments in India, but it was so spectacular, and we were the only tourists in there. So we regretted it big time. The ornate marble carving on 1,444 columns, all different and with significance, set around beautifully carved domed ceilings were nothing like we had seen ...
... We arrive at the bottle shop and immediately the 2 shop keepers shake our hands profusely, then load the counter with vodka, gin, run, whiskey. We ask for wine but they have no idea what we are talking about so decide to get some vodka and rum. Then across the road for mixes and some nibbles. Onto the Ghanerao Palace - the maharaja still lives here with his son and grandson. They have converted part of the palace into a hotel, ...