Phul Plaza Hotel
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... stop I didn't get to Bundi till 10.10pm - a quick tuk tuk ride later and I was in my Hotel for the next 3 nights - a converted haveli = heritage house. Nice.
Bundi is a relaxing pastel blue small town with a dramatic palace fort above a lake and an overgrown somewhat ruined military fort above that - something like the Amber Fort setup. TBH, neither is in a great state of repair, and I was reminded of that line ...
... stopped at a station so as to not become asphyxiated. We made it to Bundi and found a 15 year old rickshaw driver, who wore a big bandana and listened to loud music. And was ALL business. This was the first train station where we were not harrassed, and instead where helped to find the exit. The streets of Bundi are narrow. And busy - with all manner of things. And I think I love this place! We get dropped off at our haveli and our driver speeds away. He obviously ...
... kleinen, familienbetriebenen Pension. Es stellt sich heraus, dass wir die einzigen Gäste über Weihnachten sind. Schnell lernen wir die ganze Familie kennen: Die beiden Brüder Chintu und Eddie sowie deren Eltern, als auch Chintus hinreißend aussehende Frau Shisha und seine beiden entzückenden Kinder (2 Jahre alt und 4 Monate alt). Wir sind schon an vielen Orten wie ein Teil der Familie aufgenommen worden, aber die Situation in Bundi schlug alle Rekorde. Hätten ...
... but was probably only 10 minutes, Ben and I decided to cut our losses and leave. We both agreed that we actually felt quite awkward watching the circus and it left us asking a lot of questions about how the circus was formed and who was running it.
Ben was a bit ill the next day (from food, presumably, not the circus) so I spent the day wondering around the streets, sampling a few restaurants, reading and getting slightly scammed by a ...
... to our destination in the van, via tiny winding single track roads through beautiful forrested countryside and past numerous cows and water buffalo on the road. We finally got near to Bainsrorgarh and started seeing tatty signs pointing the way as we wound our way down tiny streets and around the tight corners of a typically run down Indian hill top village.
We have tried to get off the beaten track as well as ...