Mana Hotels Ranakpur
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Today we left Jodphur and continued our travels south along - almost - one of the best roads we had seen. The first two hours were spent on a dual carriageway that was, admittedly, still under construction but allowed us to travel quite quickly. The main obstructions were unopened toll booths that the traffic drove around and the occasional …
... down. As it happens we made it and I am not entering this from my hospital bed but in reality I don't know why we worried because we often see vehicles coming the wrong way and don't give a toss any more, it's just knowing you are going the wrong way makes it feel worse. We eventually arrived at our hotel where we are for one night and will be visiting a temple which has historical importance tomorrow on our way to Kumbhalgarh. Sent from my ...
... also be seen from outer space. This morning I walked on this wall!
Driving anywhere in India is like a continuous game of chicken. Roads are narrow, many only one thin lane wide, but trucks, busses, cars, motos and tuktuks all come (or go) barreling down the center of the road, horns blaring (Here I come! Watch out and move over!) as blind turns are navigated. Many times on this tour we have had narrow escapes, very ...
... limited to 40 km/hr on the highways (and all vehicles are limited to 60 km/hr - presumably because of all the cows wandering along and across the roads).
We stopped for a light lunch of sandwiches (Marsala potato or cheese and tomato) before continuing on our way.
By the way, it's 28 degrees and sunny here for at least the next five days. Sorry to those in Toronto!
Soon after leaving the restaurant, the scenery abruptly changed from wide ...
... would visit two tourist sites on the way and sleep in Ranakpur. Our first stop was the vast and impressive Kumbhalgarh Fort on top of a large hill and stunning views of the mountains and valleys around it. School children could not keep their eyes off of Eric and me. We got a few pictures with them, which they were very excited about. The boys are rowdy, loud and rambunctious. The girls are shy and well mannered, but they share and hide a few nervous ...