Hotel Rajputana Palace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... I had the guide tell her that we were from Canada and had no need for her cooking stove. Weird. The Dad under the tree was also minding their two children - a baby in a crudely made hammock and a maybe 3 year old with only a shirt and otherwise naked. The 3 year old didn't look like she had ever had her hair combed. It was incredibly matted. The kids were very filthy. I imagine life on the road has to be pretty tough. I don't know what they do at night to all keep warm. Breaks my ...
... sports. The guide told us they go into the countryside where people have rarely seen white people, especially young blond girls and tell stories about what they saw us do in the city. Hilarious! I suppose Santa in the mall is the same. He smiles nice and poses for pictures, interacts with the kids and hears their wishes. We then go home and show our Santa pictures to relatives and tell the stories of how our kids reacted to Santa and how 'good' ...
... decorated with coloured powder - Kuldeep explained that it was for a religious festival. We also asked him about the celebration we'd seen yesterday - and from our very detailed collective description, he was pretty sure it was a retirement ceremony we'd seen - I was relieved it wasn't a wedding.
It was getting dark by now and we sped up a bit, stopping at an intersection where there was a tree with a male and female idol at its base - the idols looked like a ...
... overdid it with the pictures). Also, there is a man/boy who feeds the eagles everyday, so we got to see hundreds of eagles swarming the top of the fort for a free handout.
The city is called the Blue City because the large Brahmin population in part of the town painted their houses blue. We tried a few Jodhpur specialties and were impressed. The cashew curry and rabodi were the best.
The day started trying to find the tourist information centre to get a decent map of Jodhpur. This place is a maze of alleyways, we headed out of the guest house staying right and finally may it to the main road. About 10 minutes walk along the main road found us at the tourist office, but it was Sunday and not open. We ventured into the hotel next door and finally got ourselves a small map of the city. It does not have much detail but we decided to see if we could ...