Hotel Suncity International
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... we started the day having breakfast on the roof of our hotel and watching the monkeys jumping from roof to roof. I got some awesome slo motion videos of that. During the day we just walked around the old city and the markets, bought the rest of the things we needed to bring back like henna cones, incense, some anklets, some skirts, and a cool knife for Jason's cousin. I had a glass of the ...
Next was off to some antique/textile store. The antiques, or new antiques, were quite large and beautiful but we couldn't afford any, and too big to transport. Diane settled on a cashmere/silk scarf for Rs1500 (CDN $30). By this time I was not feeling well and we headed back to the hotel. I think the omlette finally caught up with me, so I headed off to bed, then the bathroom, then bed, then the bathroom. Some antibiotics and end of ...
... which is Jodhpur’s commanding centrepiece - quite magnificent.
After lunch, and a shower, it was time to go walkabout.Outside the oasis of our hotel, things were a bit more chaotic - honking autos, motorbikes - having to watch for these while watching out that we didn’t step into fresh cow dung. The first thing that struck me was that people are friendly, they smile easily - everyone I smiled at, smiled back (unlike in Moscow), when we looked slightly lost, a ...
... by the train guard and was replaced with two nice normal looking men who didn't even stare at us strange foreigners. All then went calm for the next half hour until we pulled up at a station filled with hundreds of people on the platform and the tracks who all then proceeded to try and it into our train. Since it was already full these additions squeezed into already occupied seats/ onto top bunks/ in the corridors and doorways... And all along the top of ...
... get recognised, and greeted warmly. On earlier trips, we hadn't grasped that, and always moved on too soon. We're getting better!
The fort was on of the high points (both literally and figuratively!). Baska and I climbed the very steep roadway which began immediately outside Hill View's front door, and zigzagged its way to the fort's imposing entrance. And so completely different from Bikaner, but fascinating in its own way. Like Bikaner, it is ...