Hotel Megh Niwas
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... time with our indian friends from couchsurf in Aurangabad, we realized that every time we saw other tourists our friends would lean over to one another and say something-- guessing which country they're from, commenting on their appearance, language, sometimes s******ing about something else. And people are not secretive about side glances followed by whispers and more glances.. They definitely make it apparent that they are talking ...
... walked up to us and asked if we were so-and-so. He was from the travel agency and had been walking up and down looking for us. As we were each taking turns to go to the washroom, every time he passed by he only saw 2 or 3 of us - and he was looking for a party of 4…he finally came by when, on one of his walks, all 4 of us were at the table. We were told we’d only be met at Jodhpur airport so we weren’t expecting anyone to be meeting us at Delhi. Sumit was ...
... sun. After our camel guide had provided us with dodgy water the day before and it turned out had been rather misleading as to where we were taken on our safari Laura decided to give him a wee phonecall to give him some 'feedback'. Given that we had paid him more than the going rate for his safari we weren't that happy with him. After a minor debate with him on the phone (including a fantastic disagreement over the difference between east and west) ...
... party, and Rajasthan TV were on hand to film the mayhem. You have never seen anything like it. Every person in the guesthouse, staff and guests, ended up absolutely covered in powder and water. It was all filmed, and apparently shown on TV. Baska and I were both interviewed. No idea if that was broadcast, though it would be fun to see.
Another day, we had strolled down to the clock tower in the middle of town, then got lost in the maze of ...
... out to be a good choice as the food was amazing. I'll try not to go on about the food in India but it is half the reason why I holiday in India! We shared Lal Maans (a delicious mutton curry) and Gutta Masala (a traditional Rajasthani curry with chickpea flour) which was also so delicious and probably one of my new favourite curries. The tandoori rotis and the old monk rum wasn't bad too. We chilled for bit after dinner and then hit the sack absolutely ...