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... the market walk-about a miss and headed back to basecamp for coffee. Might venture out for dinner tonight...... Back for a lovely swim and relax by the pool before venturing out to the market and then supper in the Tandoori Bar-Be-que Restaurant. Turns out that our guide today, Kundan, in fact owns this place thus the recommendation. He was actually sitting in the corner and said nothing till the end - have to admire his business acumen ...
... t have thought the fort was the main attraction! Finally managing to break free of the paparazzi, we head to a tea and spice shop where we sniffed and sampled all they had to offer. After a quick look around the clock tower market at all the textiles, we went back to our guesthouse for some tasty Indian food. The following day we had booked to go on a desert safari. We were told to get on a local bus to Osian town and wait for ...
... When we got out of the train we saw the American lady and asked how her journey was - I think she survived the night sharing a cabin with Indians! I couldn't help wondering how much money she would've offered if we had shown any interest in swapping?
the station was the usual bedlam you expect at an Indian train station. Rajasthani men in turbans asking if you needed a porter (Gem decided it would be a good idea to get someone to carry her ...
... have stayed in and likely to stay in for the rest of the trip. Equipped with its own massive private terrace overlooking the blue city and Meherangarh Fort, our room had everything: Two big four-poster beds and antique furniture including carved lion armed chairs, huge windows on every wall and a bathroom about two times the size of our last bedroom! The entire heritage hotel was stunning with courtyard on various levels, swimming pool, and ...
... hours around the around the entrance, climbing the palace, walking the walls and looking at the temples. But a saw just a fraction of the place. As the heat intensified, we drove back to Ranakpur through the mountain villages, viewing work in the fields, children going to school and daily village life. In one village there were a gathering of men visiting a temple, dressed in those traditional jewelries I had seen from the bus, so I stopped to take photos.