Phul Plaza Hotel
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... was actually coming from the top of a telecommunications mast that had now become visible in the moonlight...oops!
It’s just hard not to fall in love with Bundi, it’s everything above and more that we can’t fully put into words but to sum it up, it has been a treat for the senses and being such a local place we have started to feel connected to the real India!
... where Kipling wrote part of the Jungle Book (would you believe it...), and I still had time for an afternoon nap during the worst of the heat, lunch by the lake with my book, and a lovely, long meander along the lanes of this old town. What a day! Okay, here comes the balancing bit: India is a bit dirty and smelly! Obviously nobody normally takes pictures of this, but they are not very good with clearing rubbish off the streets, or cow poo, or any ...
... a courtyard. But it does have a nice view of the city and is probably more impressive in December – when the sun isn’t baking your face off.
Our last stop is the much vaunted and highly acclaimed Queen’s Stepwell, or Rani Ji Ki Bawari (Baori). I was really hoping this would be one of the square stepwells with all the zigzagging steps going down. But it isn’t. It’s a VERY deep, very long staircase into a bat cave. The ...
... here that you really get a sence of exactly how blue Bundi is. You do notice that quite a few of the buildings are blue when you are down in the city itself but once out of it you almost struggle to find one that isn't. Even more impressivley they all seem to be exaclty the same shade. Homebase must've really seen these guys coming! Overall i wouldn't have said that the fort was as impressive as say ...
... city and the fort above.
It is very hard to get to the fort – scrambling up a very steep hill through scrub overgrowth and apparently challenged by the macaques. We decided not to do this. We saw some of the macaques (monkeys) earlier in the day and they are quite large and did not look friendly.
We had lunch at Hadee Rani Guest House. We just wandered in and the people were very pleasant and welcoming. After we ...