Niky International Hotel
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... displayed carvings from the karma sutra. Very spectacular inside.
Late arrival at Jodhpur to our hotel which was a house built by a Raj. He still lives in a part of the hotel and spoke to us about buying Polo ponies from Kerry Packer!
Nice place built of local stone and coloured pink. Interspersed with courtyards and gardens.
A lot of the houses in this area are painted blue to deflect the heat in summer. (45+ in summer).
... People just walk straight across the busiest of highways without looking for oncoming vehicles or they sit or squat on the side of the road to pass the time of the day with their mates, the closer to the whizzing traffic the better, it seems. From the front passenger seat view I have been both amazed and horrified by the number of near misses and close calls we have had with pedestrians, motorcyclists and tuk tuks, not to mention the cows, and dogs (we hit one on ...
... back to see some more Italian floor tiles we managed to
attach ourselves to a passing rival group. Once clear of him we then carried on
Despite becoming totally lost we eventually staggered out
into the care park to look for Ashwami. All
of this nonsense should not deter from the majesty and beauty of the fort. It
was yet another amazing sight. We are just a little worried that our guide is
still scouring the place looking for us.
... because whilst I'd happily go through life never needing any part of me sewn back up, some body parts on my list of "Places I Never Ever Want Stitches" are higher than others. I think "vagina" tops that list.
But yeah, let's talk about things that don't cause wincing such as Mehrangarh Fort though the entrance fee might cause a small amount of discomfort. ₹500 including your camera ...
... slight step up from the last one and we were welcomed in by the brother and sister owners. As it was late we grabbed a bite to eat on the rooftop before hitting the sack. The next morning we ventured out on foot trying to figure out the directions we had been given by the hotel who assured us that a tuk tuk would be better. "We'll be fine!" We chimed only to be still wandering around the same block an hour later (this is fast becomming our 'thing' that we ...