WelcomHeritage Bassi Fort Palace
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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I woke up a couple of times during the night mainly because the animals were making a bit noise during the night but then I'd fall back asleep once again I ended up getting back up just before sunrise to do my mantras and meditate for a little before heading back to my tent I took a lot of photos of the sun coming up over the horizon and the stillness of the lake was magical. After we had our breakfast we packed ...
... sunken) bath - which was one of the best designed baths I've been in - marble but non-slip - and it came with a pillow! Once again I wished we had more days here...this is turning out to be a constant of this trip.
Tomorrow it's an early start. Baldev had quite sternly told us when we arrived at the Rajvilas, "Tomorrow 8 o'clock." And we said in dismay, "8 o'clock??" He replied, complete with hand gestures, "Bathe, eat, sleep."...which is pretty much what we did.
... I am now a proud owner of two new visas in my passport (India and not to forget Nepal) and have bought enough things to already fill up my entire back back (almost) which is worrying considering how much time I have left .. Ups I am now sitting on my plane ready to set off and once again have been very very fortunate !! I was in the queue next to two lovely guys, both from England and one from ...
... outside my 3rd floor window made for a late sleep.
After another long day in the saddle, the road to Pratapgarh branched off the highway for the final 20 kms or so. The road was busy, and lacked a median strip, so psychotic oncoming bus and truck drivers ran me off the road repeatedly as they overtook (Indian drivers of lesser vehicles, and cyclists, simply accept this treatment because they're used to it - right of way is to the larger vehicle and to the smaller ...
For a few nights en route to Udaipur, we stopped near Chittaurgarh, at
a tiny village called Bassi. Struggling to even find the town, let
alone the unsigned hotel, I headed in to find the place deserted.
Luckily, my cries of 'hello!' were eventually answered, and we settled
into the place - a genuine 16th century Fort Palace - with some beers
in the garden, where some ...