The place is simple, quiet, comfortable, convenient, clean, and safe. The apartment is on the first floor, We the owners stay on the ground floor. We have two dogs on the premise. The guest will have their own privacy.
He aims to be simple, professional and courteous to his guests but has had some Indian guests recently that he has had to put his foot down with as they were taking the piss! It seems that things were recovering a little though and while not busy, the hotel had a few folks staying.
I remember the view towards Jodhpur Fort being perfect, but for the massive billboards in the line of sight.
These were now starting to fall to bits, so maybe in time the view would once again be perfect? The whole time I was sat eating my breakfast I was being watched by a chipmunk, which knew exactly what it wanted and how to get at it but had a mutual respect for the fact that I knew what it was doing and watched it with my own eyes the whole time.
Now, had it done so, out of respect, it would have got itself some breakfast! It was a shame I had to rush off as the hotel owner clearly had more to say but I had a train to catch so paid my bill, which he only takes cash for, then stumbled down the road to Jodhpur station.
The auto back to Jodhpur cost RS and I was back on the platform 15 minutes after departing. There was no TTE on board for the run to Marwar and it was a free for all as far as seating went. Investigation revealed that they were right outside the station front, on a dead-end spur.
Both were in slightly different shades of blue, with in the lighter shade, which resembled the IZN light blue, and in the darker shade, which resembled the dark blue used by NKE.
Both had yellow stripes down their sides that went to a V-shape on the short hood end. Initially, I thought that the MG had closed without anyone knowing but then I spotted the purpose-built MG platforms right over the far side of the station area, which could only be accessed through the construction site as the footbridge to them was in the throws of being built.
When the time came, I braved the afternoon heat and walked through the construction site to the MG platforms and then down towards the end of them, to get some photos of Mavli — Marwar arriving. For a recently built MG platform, it was well constructed and even had toilets at the top end.
The rails were of good quality and it was all built as though it was done so to last. The poor old station though was just maroon in the building site, largely untouched but with ballast piled up all around it; it was quite sad to look at it in that context.
Not only did he struggle to comprehend how to do it, but he clearly had no idea that the constant rubbing of the bottle on his tyre was going to wear it out very quickly.
His bike, his issue! I was just glad when he rode away as his constant talking at me was starting to wear a bit thin. As arrival time approached, the horn of a YDM4 could be heard in the distance and it was rolling into the platform spot on time; with me using the walls of the toilet to gain some height for my photos of it arriving.
I was amazed at how few people got off the load 5 MG rake and hoped that it was as empty on departure back to Mavli an hour later. There were only 6 people in the front coach on departure, which was prompt at This meant that my fiasco in Bilara the previous night had saved the day from going very wrong.
His slowing for the 15kmph speed restrictions over the level crossings was quite aggressive though, but so was his notching back up afterwards.
After some photos before was detached, I walked to the front of the train, but all the bays were occupied, so decided to stay at the back in my bay, with an old bert for company. It was a nice day for a run up the Ghats with the odd cloud shrouding the train in much needed shade for a while. At Goramghat the army of resident monkeys were waiting and descended on the train, the moment the first person threw something out for them to scavenge.
There are views across the plains down below of Phulad and you can see for tens of miles into the distance. Over the back side of the station are a load of coaches, some of which look in better condition than some that are in service.
Chai was provided by a local wallah, so I got 4 to keep me going. Bert in my compo did look parched so I offered him one, three was enough for me to handle.
Before departure from Khambli Ghat, I noticed some very old dates on the rails on the loop line and wondered whether they were actually dates at all. Desert style surroundings with rocky outcrops lead the way for quite some time, until places start springing up out of the blue, all of which look to have been lost in time, giving the Marwar — Mavli line a very old world feeling to it.
At Charbhuja Road, I noticed that some of the roads on approach to the station were purple with dye after the recent Holi celebrations and as we rolled into the station so were many of those stood waiting for the train; clearly not having been able to get the dye washed out yet, even a week after the event!
Charbhuja Road looked like the place to go to celebrate Holi and as we departed I noticed loads more people, mingling with others, who were still coloured a very distinct purple. Darkness eventually fell and turned the journey into nothing more than just that, a journey.
There was nothing to see, it was pitch black outside, and my compo area had filled up by the time we reached Kankroli.
The one thing about the Mavli — Marwar MG line is that it still has good speed on the tracks approaching the stations at either end and we hammered up the section from Nathdwara to Mavli, parallel to the BG tracks and only slowed at the last minute to curve right into Mavli station and the train was brought to a controlled stop in the platform at bang on ; spot on time.
The journey was timed for 6 hours and the journey took 6 hours, very rare for an MG journey these days to do exactly as it says on the tin! I had grand plans of heading into Udaipur on Jaipur — Udaipur, which would enable me to do Udaipur City — Khajuraho throughout and allow me to get something proper to eat in the refreshment room at Udaipur City.
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