Address: Village Jhajhar, Shekhawati, Rajasthan, 333304, India | Lodge
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This lodge is located on Village Jhajhar, Shekhawati.
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          Travel Blogs from Shekhawati

          In and around The Pink City

          A travel blog entry by global.nomads on Jan 01, 2012

          39 photos

          ... Vielleicht ist das so, aber wie geht man damit am besten um? Wenn wir in laute, enge Innenstadtpassagen hineingehen, dann tun wir das dieser Tage nur noch mit Stöpseln in den Ohren. Wir halten das andauernde Gehupe einfach nicht mehr aus. Die konstante Überbeanspruchung aller Sinne in Indien führt inzwischen bei uns dazu, dass wir das nur noch in kleinen Dosen ertragen.

          Da kam es uns ganz recht, dass wir für den Jahreswechsel eine kleine Lehmhütte ...

          Havelli's, Royal Enfield motorbike and tasty food

          A travel blog entry by jaxandtom on Sep 16, 2011

          3 photos

          ... the carburettors, exhaust, tips offered etc. Jackie has banned all further talk on the matter. She has definately veto'd Rajesh's offer of returning for a month when he would arrange for a stay, with mechanic, to work on classic motorbikes of India. Sad times!

          After the morning's excitement we headed out on foot for the real focus of the day. The Havelli's, homes of wealthy ancient merchants in the ...

          Our start of the Silk Route

          A travel blog entry by simon.caryn on Jun 23, 2011

          11 photos

          ... when we finally got onto a smoother road.. I shouted YAY!!! And the driver laughed... Yes, I got a reaction out of him, not going to give up just yet. We continued for another hour and a half, some bumpy roads, some smooth roads and finally we arrived in Mandawa.

          Can't really describe the feeling we both had just driving around – it was like something we've never seen before. The most beautiful buildings with these amazing paintings on them. Each ...

          We have a School!

          A travel blog entry by olliecroft on Apr 23, 2011

          9 photos

          ... together a plan for the next 24 hours of hiring a new workforce and making sure all the materials were in place at the right time. We drove back via the alcohol shop so that I could buy some Beers for our party on Saturday night. 80Rs which is just over a pound got me one 650ml bottle of 8% Kingfisher, so in total I got about nine to be shared between us. Had a nice relaxed evening selecting drinking games for Saturday and organizing stuff ...

          I miss Pasta!

          A travel blog entry by olliecroft on Apr 14, 2011

          1 comment, 8 photos

          ... s wrist and he did the same for me. We then together tied some to his trowel and he placed a red dot on my forehead. Was great to be part of, but I really had no idea what was going on. When I returned to Banjara Basti in the afternoon, a lot had changed. The lorry had delivered in the morning a huge amount of stone and half of it had already filled the trench. I then began to help move the remainder of the blocks so the workman could start adding then to the ground works. I know I ...