3 Palms Jaisal Vilas
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... with mirrors and precious stones. After the beautiful amber fort we jumped back in the car and headed to Narhargarh Fort, which was located higher on the hilltop but closer to the city of Jaipur. Passing numerous sweet corn sellers (very tempted but put off by the hordes of flies...) we followed the walls of the fort to the main entry gate. The key attraction here wasn't so much the fort but more the palace within. The architecture was a fusion ...
... Mumbai is the North/South divide. It's a stupidly expensive city by Indian standards where your money does not guarantee quality. It has the most expensive property prices in India (similar to Manhattan) coupled with the largest slum in Asia. One of the slums is overlooked by the most expensive house in the world, which isn't even lived in. Go Mumbai!! Go India. The adventure continues. One thing for sure is India keeps you on your toes.
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... us close to the Pakistan border, which added an element of intrigue. It was great fun not only to ride the beasts, but also to frolic in the sand! Trying to capture it on camera, while bouncing on a camel, is a challenge...
Next afternoon we boarded an overnight train back to Delhi, a nineteen hour trip. It wasn't always comfortable, but we were all together, kept ourselves fed and entertained, and actually got some sleep!
... dating bak to te 16th century. These are in the worst condition we ave seen so far? We then do a loop of the village, not knowing if there is another attraction, on heading out another bike comes flying out of a side street. Luckily he only touched the front of our wheel, but it still made him come off- not hurt he was on his way. They never slow down on the corners here. Time to head back to Jaisalmer for lunch before we get into more trouble. We drive through the ...
... birth AC1 carriage and shared it with a couple who lived in Bombay. She was English, very well spoken and worked as a writer for Conde Naste. He was European of some kind and worked in real estate. They were both so young! They were even more unfamiliar with the trains than us, especially in etiquette. We all ate our respective train snacks and Mike and I settled down to Yahtzee (Mike thrashed me). Meanwhile, the chap went to rest in his top bunk. ...