WelcomHeritage Mandir Palace
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- Swimming pool
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The only thing that I wish would have been explained better is exactly what the ticket entailed; meaning what you would be able to see which each ticket. But so beautiful either way! A must see!
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... for visits to leather shops before reaching Nachana Haveli, just inside the old city gates. Nachana means dancing in hindi - the place where the Maharajas came to dance. Vanessa was particularly taken by the swing seat in our room and another in the garden. We love getting out into the streets and tried a variety of sweet treats from a stallholder to bring back to accompany our coffee and the local naan which included nuts and dried fruit.
... lilac pink behind us. Sadly can't see the sun from our seats. Looks like we're not going to be able to move and Iz and Jude unfortunately have some young guys playing Indian music opposite them. Not loud but it might get to one after a while. Hopefully they'll turn it off before sleep time. They did and the only other interruptions were the chai wallah a couple of times and apparently the guard demanding papers form the guys opposite ...
... there. We had one knife for everything. It doesn't get more basic than that. Haman usually made chi tea and chapati to. We played cards, read and ate bhang cookies. Rahman wanted me to become his business partner. I could just imagine having to go back to Canada because Ive spent all my money on camels. Haha Please put this on your list of things to do, it's quite ...
... close call. The hassle never really came when we exited the station, especially considering that we had been expecting complete mayhem. As we walked out of the station we saw a lad holding up a placard stating our hotel name on it (hotel Shahi) and the lad confirmed that he was our transport to the hotel. It turned out he is one of the owners sons and his name was Hemant. He blasted out some really good Bollywood music on the way to the hotel one tune in particular by ...
... glass windows, gold relief on paintings and walls all testifying to the family's position and corresponding power and wealth.
We left at lunchtime for the 6 hour 300km drive to Jaisalmer. A hot day again along potted and busy roads. A drive in Rajastan means dust from the desert blown around, heat partially kept at bay with air conditioning and frequent recourse to drinks. It's never boring because the roadway throws up ...