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... inlay of
gemstones in the decoration. The families of the tradesmen who worked
on the Taj are still living and working with gemstone inlay to this
We returned to the hotel to have
breakfast and check out then went to visit a carpet factory where we
received a demonstration of how these beautiful knotted woollen
carpets are made. We ended up with a purchase and were then taken to
a marble factory where ...
... to visit the observatory as well but that closes at 5. By the time we made our way over, the gate has already closed and we became the last people who were let in for we already got our tickets (it is a joint ticket with a few other places, including the amber fort). However, neither of us know or cared to research much regarding this place and the audio guide was not available any longer. We ended sitting down at one apparatus, listened to audio compass' three minute guide ...
... in the sky and at least 20 of them were cut down in the same amount of time. Kids were running the streets trying to catch the fallen kites before they were caught in a tree or on a building. We even stopped a group of boys and when Deep asked how many they had found, they proudly exclaimed their stash of 50!
That evening we went to a place outside of town designed as a replica of an old traditional village. This was somewhat like a fair ground ...
... and the bigger one to two seconds. They were both 11 minutes out but our guide insisted they were more reliable than our phones. I was pretty impressed anyway seen as they were finished in the early 18th century, so I just left it at that. After that we moved on to City Palace which was built by Raja Man Singh between 1729-1732. Inside there was a museum of all of his, his wives and later rulers clothing some really impressive stuff with ...
... restaurant we rocked up in our traditional indian fisherman pants and trainers. We were greeted by a very formal looking type of guard who held the door open for us. We realised when we got in that this was a very posh restaurant with no scruffy looking travellers, just well dressed rich families. We didn't take much money out with us because most nights ours meals had been coming to about £1.50 each, in this place the bread alone was that much! So ...