Hotel The Ummeid

Banar Rd, Jodhpur, Rajasthan, 342027, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Banar Rd, Jodhpur, is near Meherangarh Fort, Jaswant Thada, Mandore Gardens, and Balsamand Lake and Garden.
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Travel Blogs from Jodhpur

The Little Blue City!

A travel blog entry by paulfeeney on May 12, 2014

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We arrived in Jodphur early in the morning, so we felt a little bad waking one of the hotel staff up from his very uncomfortable patch on the floor where he slept. He got us a temporary room to sleep in until morning. When we woke up and had breakfast we realised a little more about what made our guesthouse so special. Its run by an NGO that helps take women and girls off the street and teaches ...

Old World Charm of Jodhpur

A travel blog entry by wilsonheng on Dec 26, 2013

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... as the blue city, blue signifying the home of a Brahmin family. My choice of Pushp Guesthouse is located deep in the bowels of the old city.

We drove to a point where the alleyways are no longer wide enough for an autorickshaw, so we had to dismount and navigate the final 100 metres of backstreets and manure minefields to reach the guesthouse. But alas, no room available! The owner tried calling countless guesthouses and in the end the ...

Pushkar and Jodhpur

A travel blog entry by 4tumbleweeds on Dec 08, 2013

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... we have met doing this kind of trip. Second, partway during the meal the muezzin began to intone the Adham, the Muslim call to prayer. This occurs in multiple places around the city, all at the same time, and all in slightly different keys. The result is a brooding, eerie, atonal cacophony of singsong voices, summoning the faithful to worship. It’s incredibly beautiful, and made the experience of lookout out over the rooftops of this essentially medieval city at ...

Big Moustaches, Street Food & Big Forts

A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Sep 20, 2013

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... who carried my backpack on her head into my mud house and then gave me a Hindu red dot on my forehead with a piece of rice also stuck on, for good luck.

My mud house was built by himself and his two eldest sons Chhotaram Jn (27) and Shambhuram (22) using the traditional materials of cow dung (“repels the mosquitos”) and plant thatching. Mine was ensuite and extremely comfortable with a fan. In the main house they had a sort of dirt ...

The Amber fort, in the city of Gems

A travel blog entry by ian_witchlow on May 01, 2013

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... and had a series of strange plot twists, an elevator that went to hell and a genre blind protagonist. It was cheesy and fun.

The next day, Tom and I went for some streetfood and chatted with a very cool Indian marketing man. He ended up paying for our small breakfast and we rushed to meet up with the group. As a group, we started relatively early on the city's public bus system. Very crowded, very small (for our taller friends) and with ...