Chomu Palace Hotel
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So off we went to find the tiger again gate number 7. There are a female and 4 cubs in this area but alas no view of them for us. We saw paw prints three sets of, and a recently devoured cow whose foot and liver had been discarded. I didn't realise how big a cows liver was. But a good safari with monkeys, buffalo, antelope and deer, oh yeah and cow …
... through perforated screens, while enjoying the breezes that blew through. It has become an icon of Rajasthan. (Photo to follow when I can get decent wifi coverage). Next we went to see the Jantar Mantar, a solar observatory built by the founder of the city, who was quite a scientist and astronomer in his own right. It has sixteen instruments of which the most impressive is one of the largest sundials in the world, 90 feet high, which tells the time to an accuracy of ...
... chaos took us to tuktuks for the ride to the Hotel Bissau Palace.
Check-in was arcane. We not only had to give in our passport but also sign details, topped off by having a photo taken. While others talked about the books they were reading, I looked at the old fashioned library. This is a heritage hotel so the interior will have some nice photo ops. Opted for the thali plate for lunch.
To the room for a bit. A blurb by Anuj about a package for tomorrow: ...
... and you can see the crazy architecture from the very front . Its definitely a must see in Jaipur. We hired a Tuk Tuk for the day to take us up to the Amber fort in Jaipur and other sites, the Amber fort stands upon a huge mountain, of which you have to climb a million zillion stairs to reach the entrance , but once at the tops the views are amazing, there was even a coffee shop at the fort which definitely had the best Coffees. Hope your all well Much Love from Jaipur Han ...
Today we visited several palaces in Jaipur. First was the Palace of Wind, which I think is one of the most beautiful buildings. The hawkers and shop owners here seem a lot more aggressive than in Delhi but maybe it's because we are in more touristy spots. We then went to the bus parking for the Amber Fort and Palace and took jeeps up to the top of the fort. There continues to be a lot of cows, camels, goats, and pigs on the side of the road. We were lucky that it was a ...