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- Swimming pool
- Continental Breakfast
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... I met Kishor as arranged. I wanted to complete my handicraft village odyssey and, especially after the lacklustre crafts of the previous day, was pleased to see Kishor. He was happy to see me and we left straight away for Bhujodi.
I had been a little disappointed not to see any of the Bhujodi craftsman on my fist visit with Kishor and was keen to change this. I don’t know why the first visit last month to this village had been a disappointment, but I ...
... continued throughout our stay and hence food that was served at this hotel never really impressed us.
We headed straight for ‘Kalo Dungar’ immediately after lunch on day 1. It is the highest place in the area where a 400 years old temple of ‘Dattatreya’ is situated. One can take a look at the vast desert land from above 460 meters. Upon reaching this place we kept wondering the reason behind its name that means black hill as there was no sign of black ...
... fields. The owner of the field was a spry 78 year old man. The field workers affectionately called him "papa". They start work at 5 am and are finished by 11 am. They earn 200 Rs ($4) per day.
Next we stopped at weaving village of Dalit people. The men do the weaving and the women prepare the spools of thread. The men wear black turbans and white dhoti and top. Synthetic colors are used these days. The woman showed ...
... laid out, with open spaces and broad streets. Of particular note is the water management system - utmost care and planning went into storing and conserving rainwater, a precious and scarce resource in a desert climate. Huge reservoirs with steps leading to their base were used to store rainwater.
Their reserves were augmented via a network ...
Although we didn't eventually return into the desert, stopping for a conversation with the BSF jawans was one of the best moves we could have done, and led to one of those unique experiences that no amount of money can buy. We were munching on "bakarwadi", a savory specialty of Pune, that I was carrying along with other snacks for the road. My offer to them to taste some was very well received - in fact, so well received, that we stopped there for a while ...