A train for 2-3 hours from Jaipur and we were supposed to reach Sawai Madhopur well in time for dinner. However, considering all our trains were on time till now, chance had to catch up and this was significantly delayed- so we had to make do with oranges, biscuits, and some really bad chilly bajjis… Continue reading Rajasthan : Of wild life and tips for your own adventure
After return to our stay, we hopped on to the car ride we'd booked shared with a tourist from China, one from Australia, a senior couple from Calcutta. An hour later we dropped off only to ride camels to finally get to the Sand dunes. Once there, we alternately walked around and sat awhile… Continue reading Jaisalmer and Jaipur- Of sandy sunsets and unsung saviors
A very kind auto driver had been arranged by our Airbnb host to pick us up from the Railway station at an ungodly hour. Even as we dragged our luggage across the alleys of Jaisalmer in the dark, I knew it'd be my favourite of the places in Rajasthan and I was right. A quick… Continue reading Jaisalmer : Of getting lost in the desert and finding our way to food!
We ended our heritage walk at the Ambrai Ghat which was the most spacious and well maintained of the ghats we'd been to in Udaipur and afforded a view of the Jag Mandir, City Palace and Shiv Niwas. We've every single time in the past had a very good experience with heritage walks but we… Continue reading Udaipur, Jodhpur: Of grand palaces and grander sunsets
Rajasthan has been on our joint lists for a while now, so after an early morning flight in late December we reached Udaipur from Bangalore to our stay in the old city on the first floor of a charming 70-year-old home. Since it was already 3pm we just about managed to find a restaurant a… Continue reading Udaipur: Of strolling around the old city of lakes