Hotel The Grand Chandiram
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Room service
- Business Services
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... screen. We eventually ended up in an area of town where the truckers hang out and all the shops are workshops or tyre shops and it smells of dirt and grease. I'd have shat myself if I'd ended up here alone but being with other people, you can relax a bit. And here's the thing about the trucks over here. No heterosexual bloke in the UK would ever dream of decorating ...
... prey, I started to wander whether I should have taken a photo of that crocodile.
I've never found it easy to sit quietly. But patience is a virtue.
Ok, ok! I will put you out of your misery... Moments after resigning myself to the fact that we were not going to see a tiger, our guide suddenly catches wind of something and turns the jeep around.
Then I spot him.
Dosing in the shade, about ...
... was pretty nice setting over the range of hills we were following into Bundi. A typical dirty dusty noisy busy Indian town, one we all comment that we're glad we're not riving in! We virtually left the town drove around the ridge and up into the old section with this amazing old fort perched up on the top. The bus pulled up and let us out and we had to walk up and around a bit they said! What a sight befell us, ...
... their directions through some more monkey caves into an open court with sweeping views of the town. This one has a beautiful pond/fountain in the middle that must be pretty nice during the rainy season, but it’s dry now, and probably filled with monkeys. One side of the court is a room filled with columns capped with fighting black elephants – which is very cool. So we brush off the older guy who is pretty annoying ...
Bundi must be the friendliest town in India. Instead of the usual requests for photos of us, most of the town wanted photos of themselves – from lively kids to sombre old men, everyone wanted to strike a pose! Duncan became the town photographer as every few metres we'd be greeted by ...