Karni Bhawan Palace
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... to reincarnated saints ! There were plenty around though none came particularly close – spotting a white rat was supposed to be especially good luck. As with all temples you have to remove your shoes but our BA issued flight socks came in handy for keeping our feet clean!
By now it was dark and we had about 90 mins more driving to do before we arrived at Gagner where we would be staying for two nights.
... and then entered Junagarh Fort. It was a very interesting and well preserved site. Later we arrived at our hotel which had huge guest rooms in an Art Deco style, and very pleasant staff. After a few hours to relax we were off to dinner at a local restaurant where we enjoyed local music and food. The women in the group were invited to dance with one of the ...
... not so much for the home but because he let me drive the rickshaw. He also couldn't be bothered to stop so I had a couple of fun out-of-rickshaw-experiences as I had to climb around the outside of a moving vehicle between front and back. Although not the hardest, the roads (potholes) made it much more interesting!
The next day I spent an extravagant 55p on a 7 hour train ride. I don't know where else in the world you can do that! Admittedly it was one of ...
... the rats of flower petals and some type of grain. I don't want to sound like a negative nelly but to me this place resembled a dirty kitchen, even down to the black and white chequered floor tiles. There was no mystery as to why the rats were there, they were simply having a good feed and had never been introduced to the Australians own Ratsak. Well worth a visit but call me stupid, as I expected more from a building filled with rats....I know, I'm ...
Last night we slept in one of the old royal palaces of a Maharajah, the Hotel Basant Vihar Palace. It is another beautiful very old building, gated off and set far back from the crazily noisy, busy road. We heard nothing as we slept last night, not even the stealthy scurrying of the large cockroach I found dead on the bathroom floor this morning. Today my roommate and I plan on exploring this palace before we head out to Singjy's ...