Mahar Haveli (A Heritage Home)
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... awesome and didn't haggle over prices or try to get us to go somewhere we didn't want to go.
At the hotel, a small puppet show was set up. As I was leaving the courtyard to go get Scott for dinner, the puppet man asked me to stay for the show. Because no one was there and I felt sorry for them, I got Scott and we went to see the show. The first thing the puppet man says is that they aren't being paid by ...
... rooms (Caroline and Sarah were in one room of 4 and I was in another room of 4 as it was spilt for Males and Females). We then met 2 volunteers from London who were leaving in the morning and they told us about some local info before we were to have our orientation in the morning. Having had some food (Dhal, curried veg, rice and chapattis) we got some sleep. The next day we were the only 3 in the house except for Lisa (from Austria) who was upstairs in another room. She had ...
... stressed out. Raju rang the hotel and I spoke to Ashish who had been very kind to me in Delhi, Ashish arranged everything and within the hour the iPad was in Sushill's hands and would be on its way soon. Marvellous isn't it ! Can you imagine this is the UK. We carried on towards Jaipur. The scenery was amazing. Particularly interesting were the brick works. Each field varying in size is owned by different people, they make the bricks by hand, lay them in the sun to ...
... rupees as we were about to leave. Brem said 1000 is far too much but I reckoned that 1100 rupees for 15 pictures (about 75p each) averages out ok as I really wanted them as a souvenir!!
We had lunch in Jaipur at a restaurant – guess what??? Curry!! They have curry for breakfast, lunch and dinner which is definitely monotonous as, once you’ve added all those spices everything tastes the same (well, in my opinion at least!!)
... chicken lababdar, which was amazing. After dinner, outside the restaurant there were a few tuc tuc's ready to take us back to our hotel. No sooner had we all piled into the tuc tuc's and the driver started to play some tunes for us, turned on his "doof doof" speakers, as well as his disco lights. As he searched through his collection of music for some songs we would recognise, all while still driving, he settled on an old favourite of mine, Summer lovin' from the ...