Hotel The Grand Chandiram
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... we enjoy, it's the *****ing about the queue we're in that gets us going, not to mention the tutting and eyerolling to the person next to you when someone pushes in. There's none of that here on account of the fact there's no ******* queue. But I'm getting the hang of it. I just need to remember to readjust my behaviour once I get home again ay or I'll be barred from every supermarket in the city. ...
... up and into the base of the fort, the motel is built into the original old 16th - 17th century building. The rooms are just stunning, all different but all with the same high class set up. We are all in awe of this place. In the morning we are walking up to the top battlements to look out over the town, that should be stunning too. The restaurant is on the top floor and we will have breakfast watching the sun rise. ...
... enough to get inside the plant cages that are supposed to protect the the Braj Bushanjee’s desperate lawn bushes from the voracious monkeys. But the little ones are interested in stripping off all the leaves, just running around and hiding from each other. Pretty cute. Soon, Sara is up and we are off to breakfast – hopefully while there is still electricity to cool the dining room.
Our day today is ambitious, but not overwhelming. We ...
... countryside on the other. Famous for being where Rudyard Kipling lived and wrote for a time, this little blue coloured city is anything but.
Day 14: Wednesday February 1st
The journey here was the bus ride from hell. Maybe not literally but it was pretty close. I have never ever taken a more ...
... manoeuvres. In the fourth kite fight he eventually loses his own kite. But he is well prepared for all of this by having a stack of kites in his room. Soon we hear stories of kite fights from other Indians as well. They even sometimes bet money on kite fights.
The market in Bundi is not at all geared for tourists. Nobody tries to sell us anything. Great! We can stroll down the market streets completely unbothered and let the daily life of Rajastan pass by ...