Hotel Bharatpur Ashok
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- Pets allowed
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... pouring rain is not our idea of fun.
We are more of the type that prefer our feathered friends to
be noisy and inquisitive. In fact if they could come and sit on our table in
the back garden and peck at some cake while we watch from a foot or two, we
would be delighted.
Believe it or not the little chap we mentioned from
Ranthambore, the Rufous Treepie, more or less fulfilled that role perfectly. He
was destined to appear ...
... a detour and one that we were so glad we included in our itinerary! In the village of Abaneri is one of the oldest and largest stepwells of India. It is another one of those hidden gems! Called the 'Chand Baori' this stepwell has 3500 steps cut into its side in an amazing geometric design. It descends 19.5 meters (62 feet) to the water level. This stupendous well was built in the 8th century by King Chanda, thus the name Chand Boari ...
... it we thought the bazaar would be worth a look back in town. Given that it's run up to Diwali, you can buy sweets everywhere. We headed back to the market for a chai and these little yellow balls of pure diabetes, the names of which I forget but it could be ladoo. Diwali basically contains two of my favourite things; Sweets and fireworks. Now if the sweets were served ...
... transportation more than one time. There is a cow hanging out in the middle of the train station. We find a car that can take us for 4000 rupees. Josh and I go back in to use the restroom sand when we come out the cow is peeling outside. I didn't expect to see a house trained cow when I would think about this adventure. The car ride takes 3 hours and we decide we should eat. Our driver takes us to another tourist trap called Indiana, the food ...
... was around 7km away. Not bad when you have a driver and a government approved guide. The reason it was so reasonable in a tourist trap was they expected you to spend a further 850 (10.50) for a driver for the day. Yes, that is good value but when all your attractions are very close, you see that that are on to a winner. We still didn’t want to have a guide as we prefer to explore things by ourselves. This led to ‘Indian sad face’ number 2 and 3 :(