Kadamb Kunj Resort
Travel Blogs from Bharatpur
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Although we know that people are migrating from the rural areas to the cities in their millions, the towns and villages through which we pass do not show signs of decline. In fact, among the ramshackle buildings there are brand new buildings, well constructed with ornamentation, surely a sign of increasing confidence and prosperity.
We arrived at ...
... Sarooq and largely escaped the madness by chatting to him the whole way around.
We finally arrived at our rather grim looking hotel in the late afternoon, Tracy having estimated that we come across a man ******* in the street approximately every 60 seconds (you cannot avoid them all over India). Tracy even had the dubious honour of witnessing one man ******** in the open too – and we even spotted a ...
... the hotel and discovered a little lounge for wifi. We sat there for a little and then went to dinner back downstairs. Dinner was buffet style this time. It was once again so good. There was a great cauliflower dish this time which tasted like it had a chinese sauce on it. The group has been more than great. It really feels like a little family the way we all talk and tease each other. I laughed so hard at both lunch and dinner tonight. At dinner tears were literally ...
... find, as Eric kept pressing on to the back of the car to find his berth, #43. I walked in and woke up a snoring woman on the right hand side of the curtains I just walked through. She communicated with me half asleep and I finally gathered that out of the four beds, the two lower ones were occupied. She was on the lower one to the right, and someone else who was MIA, but left bedding behind was on the lower bed to the left. I put my backpack up in the upper left ...
... vineyards and churches. Here the forts are huge and imposing and impossible to get a photo of even half of their structures so I haven't even bothered and am just taking the mental picture and holding it into my memory banks. Here's the scoop on this big, old fort: Another WHC and is perhaps more accurately described as a walled city. The fort is a magnificent red sandstone example but that is not it's original building material. The fort had to be rebuilt due ...
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking