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We had a great air conditioned bus to take us on our 6ish hour bus ride to Jaipur but it did have to stop a couple of times as the AC was playing up. The first time we stopped was by a load of make shift 'shelters' and we attracted quite some attention with the locals... Arrived at the hotel and had an amazing welcome...see the photos!!! After …
... By now nearly midday we opted for an auto rickshaw to the City Palace rather than walk in the heat. The museum displayed some fabulous costume dress with intricate ornate embroidery, two of the largest urns (gangajali) in the world reputed to have carried water from the Ganges to Britain for Madho Singh 2 because he did not trust the quality of the water in England. The courtyard was being prepared for a wedding later in the day ...
... another fairly big city by UK standards with about 3 million people, so comparatively, we were hit with the bustle compared with Pushkar. As we arrived relatively late in the day we had a bit of a mad dash to see some sights before dark. I'm glad we did rush a bit because we saw two quite unique places. The first was Jantar Mantar, an observatory with a strange, eclectic mix of observatory devices, some as big as buildings. When you enter you get an out of the ...
... so loud, it's still in his ears so he dances. Hopefully one day, these beautiful animals will realise they are safe, the bleeding open wounds in their noses will never reopen and no one will chain them ever again. They rely solely on donations , they have a few paid full time workers but rely on volunteers. They are also starting to save the elephants and have rescued 7 so far and are keeping some elephant villages under surveillance with PETA. I would love to come ...
... up and points us in the right direction, but keeps sharing all these site-seeing tips after we've thanked him and are trying to walk away. 10 minutes later he pops up in front of us again..what a surprise. He tells us the City Palace is now closed and to follow him for great views of the city... sigh. We saw the City Palace, climbed up a winding staircase 35m to the top of a tower overlooking the city, and snapped pictures of the impressive Hawa Mahal structure, constructed by ...