Shanti Bhawan Hotel
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... a pretty tasty lunch at Jhankar Choti before taking a stroll through the windy streets down to the clock tower and market area. Standard Indian market hustle was the go here and many stalls are selling the bright coloured powders in preparation for holi festival on the next full moon (6th March). After aimlessly walking around trying ...
Well we ended up needing to spend an extra day and night in Delhi because last night we missed our train from Delhi to Jodhpur. We missed it because our train from Aurangabad to Delhi was 8 hrs delayed and made us arrive late to connect to Jodhpur. We were able to get refunded for the train we missed and buy a new one for the next night (tonight) and now we are on the train, on our way to Jodhpur at last. Our first train from Aurangabad was a ...
... not sure from which orifice. Our girl can
produce this sort of stuff on tap just when you need it! Latest score; Cathy 1
We then had an impromptu interval at a large compound which
we saw at the side of the road. Even Ashwami, who passes this way often had not
noticed it before. It is a huge animal hospital. The huge refers to the place
not the animals. In my earlier description of “freestyle driving” I mentioned
the amount of ...
... init along with photographing cows and getting the ***** so I swung by on the way back down after spending, and I'm not even ******** you, about seven hours up there. I can't speak highly enough about this fort.
I told her I wanted something on my neck because clearly I needed to be more conspicuous then I just sat there sipping chai and let her get on with whatever design she fancied and I'm ...
... a sweet sauce again apparently made from maize and a yoghurt. I was a little apprehensive as the maize was green and very thick but I chopped a banana in to it and it was quite nice! The family were really nice, they obviously get some money for having us, but they were so friendly and happy to answer any questions etc, we really enjoyed experiencing something so different. It was amazing really meeting people who really had so little yet were so generous and so so proud. Very ...