Jee Ri Haveli
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... obviously highly detailed. They would last for at least 2 or 3
minutes producing lots of nodding heads and occasional gasps of appreciation.
This was then followed by roughly 10 seconds of English informing us such
riveting information as “this is a sword”. Whilst the building itself was
highly impressive the guide`s antics soon began to bring out the devil in us.
In the absence of the real deal we soon brought our own versions of commentary
to the ...
... s not worth it!" in an Eastenders accent.
Jaipur eventually fled and Mehrangarh Fort has never, ever been taken by force in its 500 year history.
Another fun fort fact, before the fort was built, the hill was occupied by a hermit. He was understandably rather ****** off at being forced off his hill so some rich bloke could build a palace. I'd be pretty annoyed too to be fair, one minute ...
... he father died in the last 6 months, she was the youngest, didn't speak or understand a word of English or Hindi, but was adorable. She was like a little doll didn't smile or say anything but I soon discovered she loved to play especially being swung around, she was giggling any laughing and I had a clear favorites according to Si! I seemed to attract all the little ones, they loved the swing me game- me not so much, hard dizzy work! They also loved looking at their photo on my ...
Tap Water in India
My morning didn't start off particularly well. This delhi belly of mine had gone into Day 5. My personal stash of gastro medicine had failed me. The local medicine I bought at Pushkar was fast depleting however it appeared to have given me greater confidence than my personal stash from Melbourne.
All the locals I had spoken to, advised me to consume more plain curd which is very ...
... elephants, along with lots of other Indian artefacts. The view from the top was amazing, again we could see over the whole of the city. We then stumbled across a 'turban gallery' in which we played about with the camera, trying to get good shots of us wearing the turbans which were displayed behind glass.
The best part of Jodhpur by far and one of the best things we have done since we've been here was the Indian ...