Wild Desert Resort A Unit Of Rao Bikaji Group
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Concierge desk
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... went to a royal palace that had been converted into a luxury hotel – with a pool. So we spent about three glorious hours in water to our neck. It was just what the doctor prescribed in the unbearable heat (about 40 degrees).
In the evening we went to see the sunset from a cremation ground a little outside the city. The ground is still in use, but not while we were ...
... we surveyed the sand dunes and with the rising sun, the camels looked from the distance like things from a prehistoric age making a noise crossed between an elephant and how I imagine a dinosaur would sound. Breakfasted and ablutions performed desert style we were off on another camel ride. As most of our group were leaving in the morning we opted to finish our tour early; a great experience but two rides was ample for us.
The lonely puppet show and ...
... of the same Hindu gods that we had seen at places like Khajuraho but these temples also had many carvings of the Jain prophets as well. The detail found in the carvings was absolutely amazing and we spent a good deal of time just going around the two temples we were able to visit, admiring the sculptures and listening as our guide explained some of the stories and legends behind them.
Outside the temples, after collecting our shoes, we made our way ...
... with a money changer. All very simple in reality. He arrived at hotel..we gave dollars..he gave rupees..no receipts, no forms..good rate. Lilu took us by jeep into the city, organising stops in order to master the intricacies of the ATM and a top up for the Vodaphone. The three Ma'ams continued to be treated courteously. People continued to stop and ask for photos with us. On the advice of Jitu we ...
... it several times since but I will never, ever get bored of it.
Eventually, Abdullah came to find us to bring us back for chai and a campfire. Who doesn't love a good fire? The food was excellent again and there was enough for seconds. You can pretty much eat until your stomach refuses to accommodate any more and Tubby McFat**** here does enjoy a good feed. The way to my heart is ...