Mahar Haveli (A Heritage Home)
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... etc. It was hectic, dirty and busy. However, it was really cool to walk through the area and see the beautiful and gritty buildings and alleyways. As always, the cows roamed the streets alongside rickshaws, tuk-tuks and various other means of transportation. Monkeys leaped from telephone wires and the tops of buildings as we shoved our way through the hordes of people. At one point, poor Dom slipped and stuck his foot in a puddle of dirty garbage water; Jaipur was not our ...
... at a place where hey make handicrafts. We saw demos of how to do block printing a and rug making. Of course we had the opportunity to buy a rug, which we did, but a small one for one of the living rooms.
Next it was time for an elephant ride to the Amber Fort. We had an. ...
... Hundreds off chambers, streets, plaza's. Beautiful captured and maintaint. The fort is build from pale yellow and pink sandstone and white marble. Beautiful courtyards and you can still see the hammam and the beautiful with mosaic decorated galleries. Our friendly not pushing tuk driver ( one of a kind) showed us the old amber town, a very nice classic swimming pool, the lake, elephant village etc. The Elephant village we didn't liked so much, ...
... and he was probably not a really important one. Either way, its a nice place.
The highlight was riding up to the Amber Fort on elephant back. Our elephant was number 71 (to be confirmed) and was a belter. He took his time, but knew what he was doing. We had a look around then left cos it was boiling hot. Celia liked the bit which had mirrored walls ...
... was an entirely different experience from the first wedding. This was a punjabi wedding where dancing is the name of the game and the booze flows freely all night long. Not to mention the buffet that extended almost the entire length of the main palace courtyard! Food for days! Prior to even entering the palace we were pulled into the procession behind the elephant and camel parade, where we danced and drank amidst the groom as he rode in on ...