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Shri Mishrilal Hotel-Jodhpur

Food is an integral part of travel and a travel experience devoid of at least one extraordinary culinary experience is a waste. Though I am not much of a foodie and very conservative in my food choices I am lucky in terms of finding some flavours in each place I visit that leave a lasting impression on my mind. 1,082 more words

Travel And Tourism

The desi panda & Jodhpur: In the presence of kings, queens & artists

After our visit to the golden city, we travelled to another colourful city called the blue city of Jodhpur. Again, the architectural aspect of Jodhpur is what gave it its name. 649 more words


The blue city of Jodhpur

We left Jaipur at 5pm on the day of Diwali which worked out quite well for us as we had almost the whole train carriage to ourselves! 522 more words

Chefchaouen, the blue city

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Mussafa met us at our hotel and took the 5 of us who wanted to go on a hike into the mountains. We passed a Spanish mosque, lots of sheep and goats, olive trees, cork trees and local agriculture which had recently been harvested. 284 more words


Chefchaouen - Morocco's Blue City

You can discover the stunning Blue City of Chefchaouen among the Rif Mountains in North West Morocco.

Interesting Facts:

-The city was founded in 1471 by Moulay Ali Ben Moussa Ben Rached El Alami (super long name!) A small fortress that was built at the time still stands to this day in the city center. 277 more words