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Rooms require complete renovation. it is priced very reasonably, but maintenance is poor too.
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... the way up for some gorgeous views of the tiny town. Ashok handed me a stick for the downhill parts on account of the fact I can't walk downhill without help or simply sliding down on my ****, and once we were at the lookout, you could see the official sunset point. Couldn't just see it off in the distance, we could ******* hear it! There were so many people. This ...
... photos I have uploaded for this are pretty poor as no one has been able to take photos inside for about 20years, these are photos of photos I bought outside the temple. Hopefully they show a little slice of the craftsmanship at this site.
On the way back we found the Maharaja's old retreat, now a luxury hotel, and so popped in for a look. We took up residence on the lawn at the front and played cards in the sun. Naturally, being in such a place, I took up my ...
... 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 ...
... t really worth the climb but the people we met definitely were. As we were walking out there was a ceremony taking place for married couples so was full of locals who all surrounded us in curiosity. One of the locals spoke great English and was telling us all about the ceremony and about the turbans which are worn to have positive thoughts, if the head isn't covered then they can't think positively. The guy gave Chris his turban to try ...
... the blog but I couldn't help myself! On Sunday we did what we came to Mount Abu to do - trekking. We did a 5 hour trek through a national park and it was definitely one of the highlights if not the highlight of our trip so far. Our guide Charles was a Buddhist and I don't think it's any coincidence that he was by a mile the nicest, most genuine Indian we've met to date. His main belief is karma and what goes round comes round. He knew ...