Hotel Rajputana Palace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... how would you feel about having a wander around knowing that shoes are not allowed in the temple? Let's just say there is a bin full of socks that won't be making their way back home in any luggage. Finally arriving at Jodhpur we realised why it has the name "sun city" - possibly the hottest temperatures so far, even making it uncomfortable to sit in the shade. Home for the night was the Polo Heritage Hotel - immaculate lawns, swimming ...
... are arranged. Her family would take care of her. I chose to believe him, but then lowered my sunglasses and turned towards the window quietly. The tears that wouldn;t come in Jodhpur flowed freely for some time on the bus. There was something about her story that cut through me. It is a choice to suspend any disbelief: that she will be well cared for by her family is likely.The world is still a beautiful place, full of good people. But all kids CAN learn, and she is, for ...
... if needed a good coffee. Visited the Mehrangarh Fort by day which looms over the town and were lucky enough last night to go to the Sufi musical festival within the fort. Wow what a night. First performance was in one courtyard and the next 2 were in another. The final performance was incredible, consisting of Radiohead guitarist Johnny Greenwood, Israeli performer Shye Ben Tzur, one cool dude and a brass section, 4 bongo drummers and 4 singers. It was a total ...
... they left a big debate ensued. Was it their age ( 20) or just plain stubbornness. Here's the thing, when they and I say they even though it is only Izzy sick now, way back in Jaisalmer, we were all saying to take the meds they brought from home as we all have for these situations. Someone, somewhere told them it actually makes it worse?? Ok to question no doubt but here it was, now two days later, many people's advice, a trained doctor at a clinic advising them what had to ...
... dung beetles bury themselves with round balls of camel dung, a beautiful desert sunset and equally amazing sunrise, dining on campfire cooked Dal, chapati and Aloo gobi, watching countless shooting stars blaze across the night sky from our cozy cots set out in the open on the dunes. All in all, it was a very nice, sand covered tour into a remote part of India and we are happy we partook. After one more night in the fort of Jaisalmer, we headed off to ...