Hotel Paras Mahal
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... us all. Apart from the bread and the rice. Oh and the curd thing which held no interest for me anyway.
But this potato and cauliflower and the masala paste. This is what I can't ******* wait to try! The paste is basically made from ginger, chillis and garlic. She probably pounds the **** out of it with a pestle and mortar but Tarrant owns enough blenders to make enough soup for ...
Although we hired taxis in advance for just this eventuality, our drivers had neglected to leave their village festivities for work, and we had been waiting two hours as the taxi company scrambled to find Muslim drivers not currently engaged. When the taxis finally pulled up,
we breathed a sigh of relief that drivers could be found at all.
Diwali may be a pain in the neck, but only because we had yet to adjust to ...
... and decided to buy some of their 'Magic Masala’, a secret blend of 35 spices… 35 I tell you. Colonel Sanders thinks he has got it going on with his secret blend of 11 herbs and spices but believe me people… he has got nothing.
Our final meal was at Bharti across the road. It was a little too late to take him up on his offer of a massage but if you google 'Best Massage in Rajasthan' he is up as the No 1 hit. Just by holding the ...
... karts me into the next field. What a ******. Taxi for Rajen. Later, we went and visited some local villages. We hopped off the jeep and we were instantly mobbed by kids. They loved it. 13 white people and an Indian. It sounds like the blurb of a best selling novel. We wandered through the village with a trail of kids, in awe of their lifestyle. It was quite insightful for me as this is the sort of place my parents and grandparents grew up in. I wouldn't have survived a day out there, ...
... we had seen enough of what was going on inside we had a walk round the outside which had different smaller temples to other gods such as Shiva, Durga, Ganesh, Surya (the sun god). There was also a temple that had a big bronze Garuda in it - hence why everyone here knew that one of my tattoos was Garuda.
After leaving the temple we decided to do a little shopping. Gem ended up buying some more scarfs and I bought a new long sleeved shirt for all of 330 rupees. Whilst ...