Polo Heritage Hotel
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Not far from town
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The rat temple. What an experience. We were taken to the temple, about 40 minutes away, by air-conditioned vehicles, which was a blessing. We reached the temple, left our shoes at the entrance and headed in. And there they were. Hundreds of rats. Everywhere. Walking around was a daunting task, as you had no idea if and when a rat would run right in …
... worse apparently, when they got home the women folk
also gave them a going over for losing! Still, having retreated into his fort
the chasing baddies could not penetrate at all, which is hardly surprising if
you see the place. Well they tried a siege for a few months but that didn`t
work because they had plenty of food and water inside and they would have been
knackered just climbing the hill outside. So it seems that after a while ...
... t one. Pity.
We had a great breakfast and now I've forgiven the egg situation as they have gone back to normal.
Me, Gail, Brendan and Olivia saw a few sights, Alice was now Ill again and had to be taken to a clinic she was still vomiting and now had a fever, Izzy and Naveen went with her.
The Mehrangarh Fort flabbergasted me, I could have spent all day in there. The paintings were my favorite and normally that might not be the case but they were ...
... music concert inside an ancient fort lit by a beautiful full moon... even I could be accused of being a romantic that day. The beautiful symphony of flamenco and rajashtani music lifted our spirits even higher and you could see people just dancing as and where they liked. It was magic. More than anything I was happy to get an opportunity to roam around the fort at night, sit quietly and look at the beautiful shimmering sea ...
... up to the Fort having dodged the freshly layed cow dung in the narrow streets, we were invited by a local man to see a traditional house. How lovely we thought. We felt delighted that we were invited into this man's house and that we get to chat. He was throwing the compliments "You are a lovely couple", "I wish you so much peace and happiness in your lives", "I hope you have many children". It was all lovely. Out of nowhere his wife appears and ...