Hotel Residency Palace
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... uns am Abend für ein/zwei Lassis treffen. ;)
Der Aufstieg auf den Berg benötigt mehr Kraft als gedacht. Ich lerne Leo und drei Frauen aus China kennen. Alle haben einen sehr ansehenden Beruf und arbeiten u.a. für den vice president. Zusammen fällt der Aufstieg um einiges leichter, da wir nach einigem Fragen endlich wissen, wo der wirkliche Eingang ist. Obwohl meine Mitreisenden sehr wohlhabend sind, versuchen sie für alles möglichst wenig ...
... you where you are from and then they will launch into the whole...."I do business in Australia....come and see my shop". The kids are pretty crafty as well. They will run up to you, ask you your name, ask for a photo and then ask for money. The dining options are very limited with most tourists choosing to eat in their guest houses. Ours is run by a Jain family who are nice enough, however there is a limited option with food ...
... of the fog. This was some distance away again and through the long brown thick grasses, so photography was difficult, however this time we were able to edge closer under the torn bushes. Unfortunately the eagle sensed us and left, but these two majestic cranes just carried on tussling and fighting over this toad.
I shot off my pics, whilst Jitu was straight on the phone to Harris. I managed to witness most of this scuffle before Jitu called time ...
... to warn our two friends. It is their first time in India and the auto ride was like nothing they could have imagined! They got off their autos just a tad dazed.
The Raas is a beautiful hotel. Every room has a grand view of the magnificent Mehrangarh Fort. What a breathtaking view! We stood at our balconies just standing and staring at this vast imposing fort towering above the hotel.
A little about the ...
... they are married you may ask? Absolutely nothing.
Indian people are curious about foreigners, and at times a bit nosy. They ask us our names, where we're from, what we do, sometimes how much money we make, how long we've been married (we just tell people we are married to keep it simple and because most don't seem to understand the concept of "dating") and how old we are. It was during a few of our conversations in Jodhpur ...