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two people standing in the sand with a camel and another person wearing an orange turban
Jaisalmer
Oh Jaislamer. I'm not sure where to begin?! This was my first time to the yellow city and I'm not sure exactly what I was expecting. Look I wasn't let down in any way but I guess I wouldn't say it's my favourite city that I have been to in Rajasthan - and I have oh so many to go. It has everything that a first city should have. A grand yellow fort, temples, a lake, a bustling market place and a vast dessert which sits in a completely separate category to the rest of the city.
a woman walking through an open doorway to another room in a building with arches on both sides
Kochi
I recently travelled to Kochi in Kerala on India's west coast. Kochi or Cochin, as it used to be known, is famous for its beautiful backwaters and laid back charm. It is a firm favourite on the tourist trail so you may have to put up with the persistent auto drivers and shop keepers. That said there are many small boutique shops and hotels and places to eat. Here are our hot tips.
a woman in a red dress is walking through a restaurant with black and white checkered floors
Mumbai
Mumbai is a big and bustling metropolis with so many complicated layers. I've been a few times but I feel like I barely know the city. You just need to get out there and pound the pavement at all hours of the day to get a sense of this place. It is one city at daybreak and turns on its head come nightfall. I've listed a couple of hotels and things I did - but this is a drop in the ocean compared to what this city has on offer. You need a lifetime to uncover it!
a bedroom with white walls and ceiling, large bed in the middle surrounded by plants
This gorgeous new villa in North Goa is designed for families
This gorgeous new villa in North Goa is designed for families | Condé Nast Traveller India