- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Gosh, a lot has happened in a week but had no wifi, been grieving for a lost friend ha ha. Said goodbye to lovely Jaisalmer and headed for Jodhpur for an overnight stay. We had to cover some 1000 miles to reach Goa by the 20th, no mean feat in India I can tell you on these roads, as we have family flying out to meet us, David, Brian's cousin and his partner Jo, can't wait. From Jodhpur we travelled to Udipur, still in Rajistan, our Accomodation ...
... was so hot that it was burning our feet! Ben started chatting to a man that works for the police in Delhi. He must be very high up in his job as he is coordinating the security for prime minister Narendra Modi next month. This evening we walked into the town for dinner and had a delicious meal with live music! The main strip in the area was swarming with people when we left the restaurant. Because of the climate, people go out much later here ...
... here but I just haven't got round to it. I've literally just been catching up on my washing, strolling around, having a swim and going to the beach. My former roommate, T, and her lovely Canadian friend have been staying in Goa too so we meet up every evening for dinner and drinks...it's a hard life this traveling malarkey ;) I never got to the South of Goa but apparently the beaches there are beautiful and it's a really nice ...
... to Russian tastes, ie fur lined hats and overcoats! They are not well liked by the taxi drivers as it seems the Ruskies saw fit to meet their tour groups with their own operated buses, bypassing the local cabbies, thus cutting down their market! There have been some demonstrations by the cabbies regarding this, and our driver didn't need much prompting to give us his view of the 'ignorant Russians'! The beaches we viewed were huge, but they had a lot of people ...
... a bikini. As I sat on the shore feeling jealous of Paul swimming in the very warm waters I decided to do like the others and jump in fully clothed! It was quite funny swimming covered up but not as funny as seeing most men wearing their undies as swimmers.
Walking around town we were happy to see that the people were so friendly and inviting. No hassling, no tuk tuks, no ripping off just genuinely nice. We knew we had ...