Chomu Palace Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Jaipur
... the offer I did miss out on a real bargain. After maximising on the air conditioning and trying on a lot of rings we politely lied that we would be back after having a think about it, and he then suggested lots of places for us to go from there.
One of the places he suggested was an art place located inside a hindu temple just up the road, but we must have seemed a little lost with his directions as he decided to leave his shop and walk us there himself. The art shop was ...
... they were a bit like the crypt at Winterfell or the red keep at Kings Landing! We wandered around for a bit (as Caitlyn Stark, Ned Stark, the imp...) before heading back down to find Janus. Next he took us to see the water palace and then to an area called Mogul city. This is the really local part of the city where a lot of people live and have their businesses. We were introduced to a man called Xander who showed us around his textile factory and we saw fabric being dyed, cut, ...
... with so many locals playing cricket (piles of rubbish surrounding it) but actually had more cows than people as spectators. I wish I got a picture but the bus moved too quickly. I feel like im on a wildlife programme as I am constantly looking for all the cows, camels, monkeys, goats, pigs, etc we are coming across!!
You only need to look out the window to see them there..that and the men peeing up against the wall.
The bus itself ...
... me up and we went to a temple on a hill. It was here, whilst sat in a temple in front of a holy man that he asks to come to Pushkar with me the next day and share a room. When I said he was welcome to come to Pushkar but I didn't want to share a room he got in a strop, claiming he knows what western girls are like from what he's seen in Goa basically calling us all easy! He stormed back down the hill and I was convinced he was ...
... ourselves and spent the morning after breakfast lounging around whilst some of the girls went to the Bazaars. Didn’t do a great deal today other than pack our bags for the next week of travel and write up the blog to not fall further behind! In the evening we Skype’d immediate family before having a lazy night playing a few games and chatting. We went to bed earlier than usual which was just as well as we were all pretty much woken up by the returning Kuwaitis at ...