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... warns her that they will want money for this. Sure enough they approach the car and the fellow riding on the elephant slides down and starts demanding money from Clare. She jumps into the car and ignores his demands, off we go as quickly as we can in this hectic traffic. Our driver's name is 'Bubba' and he explains that medical treatment in Jaipur in the public hospital system is free. Medicines are not expensive. On to the Amber Fort. This is yet another fine example of ...
... which is of course extensive). We got just about the biggest elephant in the group, which apparently correlates with the slowest elephant in the group so we were continuously being overtaken by other elephants on the way up. It was a nice ride though and another experience ticked off. They sway from side to side quite dramatically as they walk, and once you get used to it the swaying is actually quite relaxing. The fort itself was arranged in a similar ...
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... to turn us around to return to the car, we reach the top.
Below us, on the other side of the mountain, beyond the worn out temples, the litter, the cow pats, the monkeys and the dry gorse bush, lies the city of Jaipur in all it's chaotic, three century's old magnificence. From this height it looks like a vast, legoland of played-out blocks, as far as the eye can, it's distant reaches veiled under a light haze of exhaust fumes and January mist. ...
Very comfortable night in our suite after a delicious meal in the steam train! Today is Makar Sankranti when the season officially changes from Winter to Spring and the harvest can begin. To mark the occasion there is comprehensive kite flying on an unprecedented level. Thousands of kites are flown by the populous with the aims of cutting the string of another kite (the string is abrasive, having been coated with ground glass) - such actions ...