Marvel Umed Hotel
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... we are now only seeing Jodhpur for one day. The next day we will drive 6 hours to meet a train. Then take the 8 hour express train trip in 2nd class to Delhi. Rachael's response " Bull @$&t". Fingers moving like a ninja on steroids and in a matter of seconds an email is composed that read something like Dr Mr Singh your generous offer to forgo a day investigating a very interesting Indian city to participate in a cross country 14hour singalong is enticing, but we feel ...
... doing. The train station was no different. It wasn't clear where the entrance was, if you had to verify your train ticket, what platform to be on and how to tell which train and which car was the one you were supposed to get on. I finally found a 'hole in the wall' labelled ticketing office...you would have never guessed it was the ticketing office...and asked for help to know what platform to be on and where. The guy didn't speak much english but asked another person in Hindi and ...
... brain thought, "wow, I can imagine how many cows, goats, sheep, etc. have plodded past this very spot and deposited some things you wouldn't want to rub onto your dishes, but hey, I'm not eating here tonight so perhaps I won't get sick from the dishes. Jerra and I were standing around not knowing what to do and couldn't make conversation with anyone so I hunkered done and got busy doing the dishes with the girl. She smiled and looked shy - I think she couldn't believe I ...
... cauldrons of I know not what…this was the place that made and supplied sweets for most of Jodhpur, including Haldiram’s…I decided I didn’t want to look too closely at their processes (or equipment). Just as well, as almost immediately after that, Kuldeep stopped at a hole in the wall shop and got us gulab jamun, which was the best gulab jamun I’d tasted - almost as good as my mum’s!
Some of the streets were particularly clean ...
... and definitely worth seeing, though sometimes, we schlepped through them, just anxious to get back to our car and its air conditioning. Aren't we the spoiled tourists now?
Besides the ancient fort/palace in Jodhpur, we visited an interesting site, a beautiful white marble mausoleum. Here's a quick back story, as far as we could make out. There was a maharajah who had a beautiful necklace made for his wife, the maharani. Unfortunately, he ...