Niky International Hotel
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... as bridegroom, and one of the giggling girls as bride.
We got back to our hotel as it got dark. On the way we passed a blue painted archway, and S and I tried to engineer a Steve McCurry-in-Jodhpur moment - no such luck unfortunately. Just outside the Raas one of the guards, seeing us taking photos of the house across the street, pointed out a tree with hundreds of little birds, home to roost for the night. If he hadn’t pointed it out I would’ve missed ...
Day 37 -38, Sambali Trust On route to Jodhpur we stopped at a place called Sambali Trust which is an organization for women and children who have no education, caste, husband may have passed away- basically women in need. Their aim is to empower women by giving them skills such as reading, writing, English, sewing skills, math. We went to their rural center in a small village and were welcomed with garlands they'd made and we call got a red bhindi. There were about 40 or so ...
... find an open restaurant, but we did eventually find an excellent little place with candles and a perfect view of the fort at night. We spent the next morning up at the fort, with its walls and battlements a vertical addition to the sheer rock walls of the giant hill, and still run by the maharaja's family. It was a fascinating place, and with the help of a headphone audio tour it brought the place to life. Like Udaipur, it great to see ...
... clean and had free wifi. It's become a habit to ask for the wifi code wherever we go now. We also saw the best monobrow ever from the guy that checked us in. Tweezers were at the ready. Jodhpur has a fantastic market where locals get their daily groceries in a chaotic fashion. Mopeds weave in and out of gaps only 'Flat Stanley' could fit through and carts and rickshaws pull up in your path completely blocking your way. I was determined to eat from the market stalls, no doubt ...
... the tuk tuk we decided to call it a day with the sightseeing and relax back at the hotel with a nice cold beer (if available). We paid the tuk tuk driver quite handsomely for his services - well it must have been as we didn't see him after that (probably took a couple of days off)! We were in luck as the hotel did serve Kingfisher so we enjoyed a couple of beers in the garden enjoying the sunshine.
We decided to eat in the hotel that night ...