Mahar Haveli (A Heritage Home)
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... feeling very well. Seems settled again this am but hope she can deal with the homesickness - we need a good day.
We planned a day doing the tourist things and really not expecting it to be that brilliant - classically people see the Amber Fort and the Palace of the Winds. I have to say I wasn’t really excited about either having seen both before, but the next morning we set off in our tuck tuck and things just went right.Great to be back ...
... Paneer is Indian Cheese and its used a lot in Rajasthan as the state is typically vegetarian. After dinner we played cards and talked with the others as we had a large common room on our floor (there was a TV and Games room upstairs and a roof terrace where we could sit). Lights out was at 11pm every night and this coincided with the time the air-con came on as we only had fans during the day. This wasn’t so bad as it was in the mid thirties with no humidity but as we ...
... the station drop off point, made out that we should pay the beggar lady - if he was so concerned he should have given her some money.
Once in the train station we located our platform and went over the bridge to wait on it for our train to arrive. At some point I think we were beamed down from Mars as we were being stared at from all angles, this come as quite a surprise as we weren't exactly off the beaten track for tourists and travellers. We were also ...
... a place called Amber Fort. A beautiful old fort that they encouraged you to ride up on an elephant to the top. I've been on two elephants before and I'm sorta over it... But, its part of our tour so why not? It's quite a picturesque place over some hills. Other things we saw in Jaipur: Water Palace - palace in the middle of a lake and its partially flooded ...
... different block. A visit to the observatory, Jantar Mantar, turned out to be fascinating. It is the largest stone and marble crafted observatory in the world. Sundials built over 250 years ago are accurate to 20seconds and 2 seconds. The star signs were carefully plotted and are extremely accurate. A visit to the museum at the Maharaja's City Palace gave us an insight into the finery of the clothing and weaponry used hundreds ...