Mahar Haveli (A Heritage Home)
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... of the rickshaw to banging house tunes. For a good half an hour, I wasn't sure whether I was still in Rajasthan or had made it back to Goa. Either way, I'd missed this!
After another visit to Lassiwala, which had become something of a daily ritual for us, I realised it was about time I did some shopping. The sole intention of which was to replace my cargo shorts, which I'd unfortunately left back in Amritsar. Yes, I'd been in trousers every day since I got into this ...
After the peace and quiet of the fort in Madhogarh, we were off to Jaipur, the pink city. Our first stop was the impressive Amber Fort perched on the side of a hill. After all that sitting in our transport, it felt good to walk the steep climb up to the fort. Many people, however, opt for an elephant ride. This fort with its palace was impressive mainly because of its size. There was even ...
... could move between them and how the women had a central meeting place/ courtyard. As we were exiting the Fort we got to see an awesome snake charmer and I gathered my nerves to get closer for a photo. The snake didn't really move or dance but just sat in the basket with its head up. From the Amber Fort we grabbed a local city bus back to Jaipur. Again being the celebrity I am in India, a woman was trying to take secret pictures of me so I asked if she wanted a photo and ...
Today we spent the day in Jaipur, the pink city. We hired a car (mistake) and headed out to the city. We first climbed a very tall tower with a nice lookout of the city. Then he took an awesome jump picture of all of us. We got back in the car and headed off to the elephants. We saw lots of work camels which was pretty cool, then finally we saw an elephant walking down the street. It was pretty surreal! We off roaded a bit until we got to the ...
... inlay work, but it really nothing when compared to the Taj Mahal. Next stop was another run down tomb. This had been covered with blue tiling work at one point, but it has mostly crumbled away. Along the way we stopped to look at the washer people working and to see some farms and industrial areas of Old Agra. Next he took us to get some good photos of the Taj Mahal from the other side of the river. After lunch he took us to three stores – a ...