Travel Blogs from Jaipur, India

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Jaipur - India, Jaipur, India travel blog

Jaipur - India

A travel blog entry by matt.taryn


... ; and to “Hawa Mahal” – the Palace of the Winds. - Took a tuk-tuk tour to Amber Palace, Jaigarh Fort, and Nahargarh Fort. We really enjoyed Jaipur and walking around the city! Next stop is Agra and the Taj Mahal! Love, Matty and Taryn ...

Jaipur, Jaipur, Rajhastan, India travel blog


A travel blog entry by euanandjen


... by 'The Colonel', the guy whose family owned the guest house we were staying at, after jump-starting his jeep.  Jaipur is a really vibrant and bustling city.  Rajasthan as a state is immediately more colourful (and thankfully a bit warmer) than ...

peacov and treefleif, Jaipur, India travel blog

peacov and treefleif

A travel blog entry by aliealexander

A mad weekend of travel.  Jaisalmer and Jodhpur, 26 hours on 3 trains later we got back. I think staying in the desert was one of the best experiences of my life so far, I loved it, still aching from the camel ride though.  My camel was called ...

Only fotos!, Jaipur, India travel blog

Only fotos!

A travel blog entry by janpeters


Jaipur, the

Jaipur, the "Pink" city

A travel blog entry by josie_ty


Fast Facts Capital of the state of Rajasthan Population = 2.7 million Jaipur, the city of "Victory", is chaotic and congested but manages to tickle the tourists "pink".  It is called the "Pink" city because when the Prince of Wales was coming ...

Jaipur not so pink, Jaipur, India travel blog

Jaipur not so pink

A travel blog entry by daveandmarit


... expensive and according to other travellers not that impressive. (Jaipur is part of the famous golden triangle [Delhi-Agra-Jaipur] and personally I think it lives off that reputation a bit). First stop was to a famous astrologer who if ...

Pink City, Jaipur, India travel blog

Pink City

A travel blog entry by travelalisha


... (i will definatly come back and stop over though) so we just spent the afternoon there before we headed out to Mount Abu. Jaipur was interesting, as the capital of Rajhasthan the busyness of the city didnt bothar me as much as Delhi did. The Pink City ...

bloody forts., Jaipur, India travel blog

bloody forts.

A travel blog entry by jayaandjoe

hi all! right, this time we are a little tired of forts. we visited the 5th today. 5. i dnt care about its name and im not sure it was ever used for anything because if there were fights using them why are they all still pristine after 400 years. ive ...

Jaipur - The Pink City, Jaipur, India travel blog

Jaipur - The Pink City

A travel blog entry by cawleyadventure


... work I took Issy and Ady to an outdoor themed restaurant called Chokhi Dhani. It was around 30 minutes out of Jaipur and styled on a rustic village setting. Apparently it is very popular with the wealthier Jaipurians and there were some vagrant tourists ...

Holiday for School children....., Jaipur, India travel blog

Holiday for School children.....

A travel blog entry by aliealexander


Have been working with some of the Akshar Slum school kids teaching them a poem for an Independence Day assembly.  They are all so cute and proud of school.  The 4 girls who recite it do really well and the whole thing is lovely.  I even ...

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