Mehar Adventure Safari Camps
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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- Free parking
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... the house. We saw the main square with the old maharajas house and many many cows. After walking around the town for about 2 hours we ended up at a textile house. Here we were given water and samosas and chia tea as they displayed massive weaved and embroidered bed spreads. It was really over the top and long drawn out but some suckers were eating it all up and bought expensive textiles. I looked at some scarves but I liked the bamboo ones the best so I decided it didn't matter if ...
... stars, or a satellite steadily making its way across the globe in a perfectly straight line. It's ******* magical. I remember the very first time I saw a sky like this, I was 18 years old and in Cornwall, staying in a caravan park in a village which, back then, didn't have street lighting. I happened to glance up and nearly fell over. I never imagined the sky could look so beautiful. ...
... soon arrived and we loaded ourselves onto the Jeep for the first stage of our trek. Stopping briefly in the 'ghost town' of Kuldhara where all inhabitants upped and left on a single night back 200 years ago due to some arranged marriage dispute with the local Maharajah.
Next was the home of our host Harkaran who invited us to join him for chai and to meet his family. I wasn’t exactly sure what was going on when Granny repositioned herself and yanked a goat ...
... her a double headbutt in the leg and back, think she'll keep her distance from now on!
After a funny mix up with dinner with dennis, that left some chips, a bowl of rice and some masala tea instead of 'tekka masala curry' we then set off for our mammoth eighteen hour train journey to India's capital Delhi, where one of the largest cities in the world loomed, but more importantly for me, a long awaited FA Cup Final for Arsenal. I just hope all that good Karma I'd been earning would pay ...
... shown to us. I knew at that moment I had would be completing much of my Christmas shopping. I left the shop purchasing duvet covers for my mother, future mother in-law and Joshua, a wall-covering for my home, pashminas for gifts, and a scarf for me. It was amazing to see such a selection of handmade silks, satins and other fine fabrics. The quality and sheen of the products were enough for that buyer's trance that you cannot escape without buying at ...