Mahar Haveli (A Heritage Home)
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24 - 25 April 2015
Those two days we used for visting the old Pink City of Jaipur and the surrounding forts. The first day we visited the old "pink" city. The Hawa Mahal or palace of the winds is an extraordinary, pink sandstone, delicately honeycombed hive that rises a dizzying five stories. Here a lot of Indian locals liked to make pictures from us. The impressive City Palace is in the old centre and is a striking blend of Rajastani ...
... after, even horses have shoes back home. They walk for years and years on boiling hot Tarmac carrying 4 people a time up the massive hill. That's after the long walk to work and before the walk home. There they are often just tied up. Please do not go and see anything that has elephants for entertainment purposes. We are going to an elephant rescue centre soon and they have already started proceedings against the owners of a lot of the elephants at Amber Fort for ...
... a baaaag..." Yeah, enjoy that earworm. You're welcome.
Something else that's well worth a visit if only for the views over the city is the Monkey Temple which I think is more properly called Galtaji. If you take a bag of nuts you can feed the macaques which seem to be less intent on stealing anything that isn't secured to your person than ...
... below me who had been playing Hindi music all night... I jumped down and packed my bag up so that I would be ready to jump off when I arrived and I finally managed to get half an hour snooze!! By now it was morning, so it meant there was a lot of people going too and from the toilet, which just so happened to be through the door next to me, so with an hour and a half left, I gave up, and went to sit on the berth below me and listened to ...
... star consultations but it was wasted on him, plus some father sat his kid down with us for a photo and we didn't get a tip. Enter the photographers, thousands of them, all with books of our ride up, 10 photos only 2000 rupees, by the time we fought our way to the car it had gone down to 500 rupees and was dropped even lower but it was too late he was run over as we drove off. As per normal following any tour came the P.T.G.O experience, this is where we are ...