Journals Jodhpur

Dont Forget Your Jodhpurs!

Created by garymarsh6 on June 14, 2010 Best of IgoUgo

5 Reviews

The next leg of our tour of Rajasthan from Udaipur to Jodhpur.

Jodhpur Jaunt: Women-Only Weekend

Created by phileasfogg on September 23, 2007 Best of IgoUgo

8 Reviews

When five overworked women decide they need a break, even a weekend’s sufficient. And in a historic, picturesque town in the Thar desert? Good fun.

Jodphur - It's Not All Blue

Created by HELEN001 on April 28, 2005 Best of IgoUgo

6 Reviews

Jodphur, with its blue-washed houses in the old city, is situated on the edge of the Thar Dessert. The impressive fort perches on a rock outcrop above the city. The maze of streets are full of colour and activity. The atmosphere is friendly and easygoing.

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Excellent Value for Money & More

Created by yankee_dude on October 3, 2007

1 Review

Excellent value for money and more...

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Jodhpur

Created by AlexHerlt on April 24, 2006

1 Review

My Jodhpur experience.



Our Stay at Sinla Haveli Guesthouse

Created by mcnosky on June 16, 2005

2 Reviews

Staying at Sinla Haveli was cool. I like that place, and my friends also like the people. The family that ran the guesthouse was too generous.

Suncity Jodhpur

Created by ashishmth on March 28, 2005

1 Review

Interesting historical place with a high cultural dose.

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Jodhpur- I Enjoyed the Food and the Markets

Created by Vaidya on March 2, 2005

2 Reviews
2 Stories

We were expecting a piece of rich architectural heritage, inexpensive beautiful, colourful handicrafts, spicy tasty food and clean and wholesome sweets - happy to say that we were not disappointed.

Experiencing our heritage at Fort Chanwa Luni

Created by bshroff on April 27, 2004

4 Reviews
1 Story

Our holiday in Rajasthan was simply amazing -- the memories still make us tingle. It's such a different country!!! There are 600-year-old forts, 2000-year-old temples, rugged desert stretches, and peacocks and camels roaming the streets. Bedecked and beautiful women with their faces partially covered added a rustic beauty to the holiday.

Jodhpur, the blue city

Created by Joel on August 31, 2000

4 Reviews

Jodhpur is like moving on up through a labyrinthine maze of narrows streets. Many of the houses are painted blue and some of them are even richly carved. Why blue?

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