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... obviously highly detailed. They would last for at least 2 or 3
minutes producing lots of nodding heads and occasional gasps of appreciation.
This was then followed by roughly 10 seconds of English informing us such
riveting information as “this is a sword”. Whilst the building itself was
highly impressive the guide`s antics soon began to bring out the devil in us.
In the absence of the real deal we soon brought our own versions of commentary
to the ...
... by our hotels. And their swimming pools.
Ratan Vilas, built in 1920 by Maharaj Ratan Singhji of Raoti, a royal from Jodhpur and one of the finest horsemen and polo players of his time (we know this as the owner was very proud of his family history!) is reminiscent of the romance of this bygone era. With it's heritage rooms, sun-lounger-lined pool (the not-quite-so-authentic-but-thoroughly-w elcome addition), and bowls of floating rose petals at every turn, ...
... crawled my way up the hill to the fort. In I went and on your left are steps leading up to a high wall. It was the elephant park and ride stop. The queues for the elephant rides up the hill had been massive, not that I would ride and elephant in these circumstances and along came Nellie after Nellie. I watched very carefully for how the mahout was treating them and to see if their hooks were causing bleeding, thankfully they weren't because I don't think me ...
... out to the street and visit the Mehrangarh fort. Red massive walls, amazing architecture standing on the top of the hill in Jodhpur. We spent there about 3 hours and in the restaurant we found beer. Oh my god first beer in India. All the tourists were stopping at this restaurant even at 11 am to get some beer. Nobody did not care that it was pricey - 250 RS, because as lot of people said-first beer in India.
Place had very spiritual ...
... some lemon in it and a bottle of soda on the side. Very cute!
By general consensus however, since the rest of the meal was served sporadically and some of the dishes were tastier than others, we agreed that this was likely our worst meal so far.
We grabbed two tuktuks between us to take us back to our guest house. Then we settled up our bills and went to pack for tomorrow, as we have to leave at 5h30 am to catch a bus for ...