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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Maganji's Mount Abu
Rooms require complete renovation. it is priced very reasonably, but maintenance is poor too.
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... I could find a guide without a two person minimum, when an American bloke called Sage started talking to me. I put on my best hospitality face and talked back. Conversation ensued. Then one of the hotel owners came over and started telling Sage about a sunset walk they were doing. No, not to the ridiculously commercial Sunset Point in town where hundreds of Indian ...
... There were quick food eateries, a games arcade, boats on the lake and lots of really tacky stalls, but it was Indian, very Indian. We enjoyed some chai by the lake, I took to the water in a balloon (very funny), got matching henna tattoos, made friends with locals and found a coffee shop that did decent coffee.
In the evenings we wrapped up warm and generally played cards on our terrace. There was one night that the rum took over during the cards ...
... getting thinner.
On the way back to town it started poring with rain, the first of the monsoon for Mt. Abu. The bus was not equipped for such weather; we got pretty wet pretty quickly from the leaking windows and roof, the driver was blind, lacking windscreen wipers or even a de-mister! The rest of the tour was cancelled and we were dropped of in the middle of town. Mt Abu is quite hilly and our guest house was at the top of a hill. Running back to our ...
... are really heavy and she couldn't take the weight of it so dropped it on her leg, Chris was a natural though so was the allocated driver. The helmets they provided us with were hilarious, just a horse riding cap so not sure how much protection they provided but no one wears helmets round here anyway.
We headed off to Adhar Devi Temple which is temple inside a cave, we had to walk up a steep stair case to get there and the ...
... this really ****** us off too, they were so rude. OK, they're mostly from Gujarat, a strict religious state with very few western tourists and most of them were probably seeing a white person in the flesh for the first time but it was so intimidating for us and it wasn't as if Lydia was walking around in a bikini or something. She summed it up nicely by saying "Now I know how Britney Spears feels!" I cracked up laughing and told her I wouldn't write ...