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... evening local time feeling fairly knackered. However this did mean that we had completed three flights successfully especially the third which we had booked separately and relied on no earlier delays and our being able to collect our E visas with little delay. I have to say that for India it was very efficient!
The third flight was only 35 minutes but why oh why do airlines feel compelled to offer all passengers something to eat, the poor ...
... advertised (which it does!).
The tuk-tuks have now become our official first choice of transport. The chaos and slightly hazardous conditions (one could fall out if the driver cornered fast enough), are vastly overshadowed by the character of the drivers who are often friendly and even let you sit next to them if the group is more than 3 people! It feels like being on a Disney ride, except the fear you feel is real (or was, it is kind of funny now).
... pictures taken of myself at an exterior photo studio where they dressed me all up to look like a local! Best part….having a poster of the Palace of Winds in the background!
How’s this for entertaining myself! Total cost, 500 Rupees ($10.00 Canadian dollars)!
... didn’t know that a fairly sleepless night was about to ensue. So, into the Bharat Mahal Palace hotel we went. Palace? Err….don't be fooled by a name. Nice gardens but the hotel interior was tired and unloved, not a place you'd be saying 'wish you were here' to your enemies let alone your friends.. We discovered that the bed had just one sheet on it and it was grubby. We checked out the bathroom - a fag end in the ...
... to eat curry - not that there was anything else available. The following day in the baking heat we went to Jaipur's Amber Fort which gave great views over the valley, and here we saw our first elephants and camels in India. We spent the rest of the day at some other tourist attractions with the Palace of the Winds being the ...