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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 8th Up, packed and in the taxi. Delhi was shrouded in fog and the roads busy. After three hours of Indian traffic we stopped in a sort of oasis of calm where we had a decent coffee and Roz bought a Benetton T shirt. Only in India. After four and a half hours of weaving in and out of Tata trucks we reached Jaipur. In fact in time to go straight to the Amber Fort which was lovely and kept us engrossed for over ...
... wyzwanie. Jeszcze do tego tacham ciezszy wielki aparat, kabure i plecak, plus na biodrach piterek, wiec ogolnie latwo nie jest. City Palace sopoko, ale mam wrazenie, ze mimo duzej liczby zakamarkow do zwiedzania, wszedzie podone ujecia. No i ludzi coraz wiecej. Wiec po niecalej godzince lazenia tam, zmywamy sie do autobusu i jedziemy do Amber Fortu, pod Jaipurem. Ten fort jest ogroooomny. Ciagnie sie i ciagnie. Fort jest z 17. Wieku i robi wraznie. Trzeba sie ...
... by a group of youths wanting "one photo" which will never be just one photo. It'll be several group photos as people jump in and out and swap phones and cameras, then they all want a photo with you and just them. This should kill around five or six minutes at a time whilst you stand there with a fixed smile and it'll probably happen three or four times ...
... quite tired, more emotionally than physically, we sleep quite well at night, but the orphanage took a bit out of us yesterday. We slept like babies for our 6 hour train journey, with warm blankets provided. Breakfast however was not, like we said, don't expect too much, lovely breakfast on one train doesnt mean you can depend on it in the next.
We were collected by our hotel from the station which was a big plus, we were over and hour delayed, but they continued to ...
... of Jaipur Rug's villages where it employed weavers...something which I think was incredibly eye opening. We got off the bus at the village and were led in groups of 8 by several of Jaipur Rugs' managers to the houses where we were shown weavers in action. I found the visit to be extremely uncomfortable and it felt like we were almost invading these people's homes to watch them weave. The weaving process itself was also not very pretty...two women were set up moving ...