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... and kicking (not hard of course) I soon mastered the art of making Raju turn and come up beside kirstys camel on one side and the other as well as to go faster and slower. When I saw our jeep on the horizon and knew the camel ride was coming to an end I decided it was time to do some running. It took quite a lot of effort to get Raju to run but he did it and soon all the camels were running, needless to say camels are not smooth runners. When we arrived I had ...
... with a money changer. All very simple in reality. He arrived at hotel..we gave dollars..he gave rupees..no receipts, no forms..good rate. Lilu took us by jeep into the city, organising stops in order to master the intricacies of the ATM and a top up for the Vodaphone. The three Ma'ams continued to be treated courteously. People continued to stop and ask for photos with us. On the advice of Jitu we ...
... one piece. Jaipur is the biggest city in Rajasthan but unlike Jodhpur this was quiet clean with more of a European feel to it.
The next day we a decided to hire a tuk tuk for the day to take us to the Amber fort (yes, yes, another fort) and the Water Palace. The fort was about 15km outside of Jaipur and was set high on as hillside along with a palace and gardens, on our walk up to the palace we passed a few elephants which work at the fort and you can pay to ride them. ...
... 8217;t know - I certainly wouldn’t do it now.
Hierarchy for Indian traffic : cows/camels, large buses/trucks, posh cars with white people in them, posh cars, tuck tucks with white people in them, tuck tucks, people, goats and lastly dogs.
We stopped at a fairly miraculous Jain temple in the jungle on the way covered in monkeys - amazing carvings. Arrived frazzled at 9.30pm in our hotel in Jodhpur old city.
Massive stone ...
... direction of City Palace, taking a stop for lunch at India's Old Coffee House. It was basic but a clean and efficient little cafe which made great omelettes. It was also very busy amongst the locals and tourists which is always a good sign. We hopped on a rickshaw to City Palace (we are gradually getting better at haggling a semi decent price) by this point we were out in the heat of the day and safe to say we were struggling a little... First we ...