Hotel Oasis Haveli
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... got a couple of things from the shop (one of which was altered for her within 2 minutes!) and off we went. After a long day we decided to go to a nice looking restaurant we passed near our hotel and it didn't dissapoint, I had Lal Mass, a spicy mutton curry and Jen had Aloo Gobi that she had been craving both were absolutely delicious and ended our time in Jaipur nicely. Next up was an early morning train to Agra to see the Taj Mahal.
Neil 5th November 2014
... windows , very surreal moment. Along the way we stopped at a sort of tourist place , which was a deserted village in the middle of know where called Kuldhara , villagers had fled one night , because the king had threatened to steal one of their daughters he wanted to marry her because she was so beautiful, so they packed and left. The village is known as a ghost town and is said to be cursed. Anyway back to the camels , we arrived after an hours drive ...
Saturday 18th January 2014
- Another rough nights sleep on the sleep bus as it kept bouncing around, plus the locals were up most of the night shouting and playing music on their phones at 1am!. Bus finally made it to the Golden City of Jaisalmer at 7:45am. As soon as we got off the bus, we were instantly assaulted by hotel touts and tuktuk drivers. We managed to loose them eventually and found the hotel we were looking, the Golden City ...
... short 30 min way, or an hour on the camels. We took the longer option. Ended up walking like a cowboy for a couple of hours but it was worth it, a bucket of fun. Back to the hotel and we find our room has been upgraded. That might be because we had taken photos of the boys in the hotel and printed them out for them. Bev brought along a Polaroid portable printer that had not ...
... busy city, although nothing like Delhi, the cities main focal point is the old 'pink' City, which I wouldn't say is actually that pink, it's more of an orange colour apart from the tourist attractions which have been painted. Other attractions include the Amber fort which is situated at the top of one the hills surrounding the city & the Hawa Mahal, a palace where women were kept so they could see out but the men could not see in. We met an Indian family while travelling ...