Hotel Suncity International
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... The fort has 7 gates & cannon ball marks from past battles can be seen on one of the gates. While we were in Jodhpur they had a folk festival & quite a few of the entertainers from that were at the fort as well. It also has a fantastic museum. Many of the buildings in the old city are painted blue. Traditionally, blue signified the home of a Brahmin, but it is also thought to repel insects & is cooling. It is also known as ...
... the 10th time of following along. Because who wants to read a story about Esther and Margaret making tea>? The second class we visited was a grade 1 class (although I think it is equivalent to kindergarten at home). These children were a little less "trained in compliance" and got tremendously excited when they saw us enter. Their teacher broke a smile and tried to settle them...but hey, they are 5. Five year olds are not meant to sit on cement floors in rows ...
... men. Half an hour shopping - Karen for cloves, Iz and Judy selecting beautiful glass bangles in gorgeous colours before diving into the sanctuary of the Sheesh Karma coffee house. We returned there for a sandwich before our 5hr evening train journey to Jaisalmer. Earlier, Judy successfully downloaded, printed, signed, scanned, uploaded and sent back to John an urgent document which required her signature before the end if the ...
We had the entire sleeping compartment to ourselves on the way to Jodhpur, which was nice. The hotel in Jodhpur was great. The bed was as hard as a rock, but the rooftop and owners made up for that. The rooftop had a great view of the fort, and the temperatures in the mornings and evenings were fantastic. We ended up spending lots of time up there because the marketplace and streets were so crowded. We ...
... manicured and smelling gorgeous ! Again we teased them on how spiffing and dapper they looked and had some fun. Lloyd had been treated like a Hollywood film start too at times having to pose nicely for Indian tourists.
We stopped for a drink in the very expensive cafe (60p for water 80p for Pepsi) Lloyd is into travel too but has seen many more corners of the world than I have ! A very interesting man indeed and after hearing his tales, has made me want to ...