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... and jovial pats on the back but sometimes, understandably, not always positive ones. After some time, I found the path to lead me up the winding passage to the top of the hill. By the time I was half way, the views were already phenomenal and began to reveal the true extent of this sprawling city, spreading as far as the eye could see in almost every direction. Eventually reaching the top, through a large gateway, I was greeted by the most impressive step well I'd ever seen in ...
... it just perfect to impress his wife the queen! I find it funny that there are 4 observatories all around India that don't work properly. This one was cool with huge sun dials and horoscope symbols. After this, we went to City Palace then to lunch and a rug store where I ended up buying my mom an Indian Rug that should be shipped to her soon! Last tourist stop of the day was the Monkey Temple!! After visiting Ubud's Monkey Forest I've been a bit scared ...
... handcarved stamps and colours. Afterwards we stopped at the monkey temple to which we had to hike for half an hour at 43°C... phew!!! But got to see a little temple with a pool in which monkeys were bathing. Quite cool! In the evening we had diner in a little restaurant on top of the city wall, looking down to the crazy traffic on the main road. Today on Sunday we slept in and then went into the ...
... all the way up the chain – and going direct to the weavers. Without, we might add, compromising at all on quality.
We were treated to a tour around the offices, the factory where they repair and quality control the rugs, the design studio where they print out the designs and “maps” that the weavers follow, and finally to the showroom where carpet after carpet was laid out in front of us. Many of the designs were by Kavita, ...
... take us to the British information centre to ask for directions, this is where things really got interesting. We were introduced to Raj a Indian man who lived and worked in Brooklyn but was working in Delhi over the festival season. He called our hotel and handed me the phone on which a man persisted to tell me that our reservation had been cancelled and they had no rooms. Raj quickly took back the phone, arguing half ...