Hotel High Pointe
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... seeing how people react to how we answer. At one point we just started repeating what they said and they thought it was hilarious!
That evening we had a lovely home cooked meal on a families roof top as their kids played games around and showed us their 'gangnam style' dancing and a few sneaky beers wrapped in newspaper so the Gods don't see, and then it was off home in a rickshaw.
... The background scene where Bruce Wayne emerges from the prison well in Dark Knight Rises film is Mehrangarh Fort, Jodhpur)
The rest of the day was well spent exploring the charming Sardar Market which I regard as simply stunning. An afternoon of multi-sensory treats that continually unveiled layers and layers of colours and sounds, that were the rites of this old city. This old world charm of Sardar Market is second to ...
... stone fort all the more atmospheric.
Finally, that day was Election Day, and the incumbent party was voted out of office. This was apparently cause for some celebration; there were loud fireworks popping up all over the city for several hours, which was again a lot of fun to watch from our rooftop vantage point.
The following day we visited the cenotaph (which is like a mausoleum, except that because the Hindus cremate their dead, there is no ...
... Jodhpur Station is not named on next our ticket. Oh, oh, I hope this is not another 'dash through Delhi' moment. Where the hell is Bhagat ki Koti, we ask ourselves? Thank heavens for googlemaps...turns out it is 6km from our guesthouse but at 5.30am the roads shouldn't be too busy. Twelve minutes by car it advises...we will allow half an hour - train is due to depart at 6.30am with boarding from 6.00am. We go out again late afternoon. The sun is on its way down and ...
... same as the ones I had seen in the Aravelli Hills, with a store for the buffalo milk at one end and a buffalo curd maker. In the smaller room were the traditional large red pottery vases for keeping drinking water and the cooking utensils.
Over looking the courtyard was a huge “tree of life” and then a small building underneath the tree housed a big weaving loom. My mud hut was at the side of the house, one of six on the property, the ...