Hotel Sunbird

Address: Near Bird Sanctuary Gate, Bharatpur, Rajasthan, 321001, India | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Near Bird Sanctuary Gate, Bharatpur.
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    Travel Blogs from Bharatpur

    Tonto, the birdman of Bharatpur

    A travel blog entry by peacocks2014 on Jan 15, 2015

    13 photos

    ... impersonators.

    We could rattle on for ages about the different birds that
    we saw and Tonto kept a list on our behalf, but please accept that we saw a
    multitude of exotic and majestic birds.

    The day ended is semi darkness and such were the efforts of
    our guide that we were the last people out of the place.

    We were billeted in a pretty smart hotel this time. In fact
    it was of sufficient quality that there was a large ...

    Freezing cold rural Rajastan

    A travel blog entry by elliottjulia on Jan 08, 2015

    ... local life. Everyone was smiley and curious to see us. We popped in to the local school which happens to be a private one - yet extremely basic building with no doors and pupils sitting on the floor in front of the blackboard. 1 year tuition fee is about £40, which is not small money for the locals. I visited the maths class and kids were very shy yet excited. Many were asking my name and where I'm from, but then when i took a ...

    Another Hidden Gem and Farewell Rajasthan

    A travel blog entry by shobhagopinath on Nov 07, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... known as Jodhaa Bai but according to our PhD-pursuing-history-scholar guide, her name was actually Harka Bai). These alliances brought peace for a period. For each of his wives he built a palace within the complex - that gives you a sense of scale and size of the place.. It is said his favourite wife was Jodhaa Bai for whom he built a temple and even a separate kitchen (as she was a strict vegetarian). Their story was the subject ...

    Sarnath and on to Agra

    A travel blog entry by paremj on Nov 02, 2014

    ... seeking to break free from the caste system, which is very much still alive here. Thus for nearly 1000 years Sarnath had disappeared until a 19th century British archaeologist began excavations in the area and unearthed the remnants of a very large temple and monastery, and a giant stupa (ceremonial mound) was also found on what is purported to be the site of Buddha's tree. The observations of a Chinese visitor at the height of Sarnath's importance confirmed the ...


    A travel blog entry by mersonjames on Apr 15, 2014

    19 photos

    ... the dry season.Its hot as we walk round. Probably about 35 degrees.

    It costs 20 times as much for a foreigner to visit the Palace. You might think that is a rip off but considering it is 5p for an Indian and 1 for us it is hard to complain.
    As usual once we are in someone offers to show us round. Of course he is not a "guide". He does not want paid. We can just give him a gift at the end. We manage to brush him off and go to the door of ...