Mirvana Nature Resort And Camp
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Today we had a leisurely start before heading west towards our next stop at Sodakore. The road was relatively good but had its usual share of “interesting” drivers and wandering cows – though not many camels (possibly because many are enroute to the annual camel fair at Pushkar which can attract 200,000 people and 50,000 camels …
The fort was not as cool inside as it looked from the
outside. There was a beautiful view of
the city and some great architecture to look at. The only issue was that it was jam packed
with very aggressive vendors. They all
want to go in their shops to "just have a look," but the get even more
aggressive inside ...
... Jude. All apparently ok but it seems there is quite a number of them in a 4 berth alcove!! We retired to our bunks fairly soon and spent a fitful night. There was a brief session of visits to the less than entirely desirable facilities, giggles and tangerines near Jodhpur - yes the train just retraced the journey we made the other evening before turning NE towards Jaipur - but the second part of the night passed uneventfully. ...
... that our time in the north of India. The northern states of India have dazzled us with their diversity, each new city offered a unique atmosphere that was vastly different to the last. Our initial perception of India was challenged as we discovered what a culturally rich and diverse nation it is. From the the vast lakes of Udaipur to the contrasting scorching desert of Jaisalmer each place has it's own traditions and customs, with a unique charm that you learn to love more and more with each passing ...
... The camel tour began at 3pm and there were 9 people in our group (including the 2 Colombians that we met the day before and booked our trip with). We were picked up from our hotel and driven about 45 minutes out of town. Along the way we stopped at a Muslim village which could have been interesting if it weren't for the fact that all the villagers saw us as a big, fat dollar sign. Immediately the children, who were darling ...