Park Plaza Jodhpur
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a gypsy family that were nomadic and travelled around to each town, village and farm, trying to sell their tin wares and repair anything you had that was made of tin. The husband set up a make shift tent under a lonely tree by the store and went to work with his tin, while his wife went around to all of the farm yards (long walking distances), yelling that their services were for hire. She was pushy and even tried to sell me a tin cooking tray that you make a fire on to cook your ...
... faces of the children but I see Jerra woo them with her pale skin and long blond hair. She's really good with them. She smiles, waves, puts her hands in a prayer like fashion and says, Namaste to them. They follow her, STARE at her, and want to be in pictures with her. Parents will come and ask my permission to let Jerra be in pictures with their family and their kids. Sometimes we'll be handed a baby to hold for the shot. It makes us laugh and we ...
... cauldrons of I know not what…this was the place that made and supplied sweets for most of Jodhpur, including Haldiram’s…I decided I didn’t want to look too closely at their processes (or equipment). Just as well, as almost immediately after that, Kuldeep stopped at a hole in the wall shop and got us gulab jamun, which was the best gulab jamun I’d tasted - almost as good as my mum’s!
Some of the streets were particularly clean ...
... bar where we could drink and have a feed. Obviously he new we were not going to be quiet in the quiet bar. Another bottle of red and a curry we headed back to our tuk tuk driver. On the way back to the guest house we come across some wedding party. The groom is dressed in a white suit on a horse. In front is a music machine and there are about 20 guys dancing and behind the horse are the girls. It is a procession through the streets. Very loud and lots of colour. Tucked up in bed by ...
... British examples cast during the Georgian period as well as some later Victorian and post-Independence pieces. Next we walk down to a temple where we must first remove our shoes. The temple has some lovely carvings and more fine views over the blue city. We walk down from the fortress via a steep pathway, which is thankfully pedestrian only. We pass through the new main gate and descend via the Jai Pol gate to the main part of town where we stroll around the ...