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Feels like heaven – Blue City of Jodhpur

I knew this didn´t make any sense to go from Jaipur to Agra and then go back to Jodhpur, but as I didn´t go to Agra before I had to see Taj Mahal. 389 more words


This weekends antics...

What a weekend! First weekend in India down, not sure if I want to count how many I have left… The thought of actually leaving this crazy place is heart-breaking. 1,173 more words

Mehrangarh Fort – The Royal Heritage of Jodhpur

Rajasthan is known for its Mehmannavazi or hosting. People here treat their hosts as Royal Guests. They are proud of their heritage and will tell you about it with pride and show you around as much as they can. 859 more words


Day 8: Volubilis/Chefchaouen

Hello sweet peas,

Today we are leaving Fes and continuing north. We took a short car ride to Volubilis to see some Roman ruins. The UNESCO site was huge and for the measly price of 10 Dirhams (70p) each, it was well worth the visit. 309 more words


Jodhpur's omelette guy and cooking class

There was a large part of me that was dreading our arrival into Jodphur. After spending almost a week in the relative tranquillity of Udaipur and Mount Abu, the blue city of Jodhpur was going to act as a loud and harsh snap back into the urban realities of India, something we had quite happily forgotten of late. 1,438 more words


Citadel of the Sun

“A palace that might have been built by Titans and colored by the morning Sun” – Rudyard Kipling

Mehrangarh Fort, is one of the largest forts in India and one of the most impressive in Rajasthan. 112 more words