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TripAdvisor Reviews Bijolai Palace Jodhpur
Travel Blogs from Jodhpur
... deserts were a must, a flourless chocolate cake, traditional mango and almond Indian ice cream and chocolate ice cream were all wolfed down. Finally some birthday cocktails. Clare and Becca enjoyed an indulgent piņa colada and Chiara and Laura a daiquiri- we weren't sure what kind of fruit it was, but it was full of rum! When our bellies permitted no more indulgence, it was time to sink into fluffy feather pillows and into our crisp clean bed sheets. What a treat of a ...
... until after 14:00 so we were starting to get a bit stressed which I think showed but it did stop the usual bowing for tips from everyone. We arrived at the station and fought our way through the porters, beggars and cows just as our train arrived in the station. This train starts it journey at 06:00 in the morning and arrives at Jodhpur at 22:15 and the best class available is CC which is chair class air conditioned. I had booked all train tickets in the UK and printed them ...
... a very young age, and never leave. Raj himself, a member of the Brahmin caste, would have been in this position had his economic circumstances been different. As it is he is clearly quite devout, and extremely knowledgeable, and was able to guide us through and explain the various deities and observances. (There are some 330,000 gods in the Hindu pantheon, so it’s a job keeping it all straight!)
By the time we were done in the temples it was dark, so we ...
... welcome cool from the scortching heat outside. Its latticed windows let in a cooling breeze. Around the walls are portraits of Rathore rulers dating back to the 13th Century. Ian points out the similarity of each portrait as if they had just one sitter and changed subtle features to make them appear different? Looking back from the lake we can see the fortress sitting proud in the distance. From there, one can take a ride on 'The Fying Fox', a series of zip ...
... she's doing the marathon in Berlin and so has been training throughout her 5 week trip to India, finding gyms with treadmills to run on... Who does that!? Next, it was the Jaswant Thada, where the temple inside was nice and cool but the marble to get to it was boiling hot! They had beautifully kept gardens (thought of you Mum!) and it gave a stunning view of the Fort just across the way. The market being less than a 5 minute ...