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 …
... containing some delicious nuts. We cogitated about whether to rickshaw back to the hotel but figured we could manage the walk so continued on through further bazaar street. Very much for a local clientelet rathe than touris so lots of interesting little shops and stalls including one where Karen bought a peacock feather duster for all of £1.. The normal shopping streets gradually merged into the motorbike repair street where we ...
... Making our way back to where we were staying we weaved through expectant shopkeepers in different bazaars selling pans, kites, bicycles, saris and really anything under the sun! Jaipur then presented one of the best days yet. We started early, trekking up the winding road to the Amber Fort, just on the outskirts of town. Amber used to be the old capital of Jaipur state and by spending time taking in the fort you can see why. The fort is a golden sandstone delight, made ...
... spent being "glamorous models" were not glamorous in the slightest. We arrived in Udaipur and were told we would be meeting the client at 9am. Our chaperone and host for the trip politely asked that we make ourselves look presentable (basically asking us to please wear makeup because we looked a hot mess...). At 9am we were ready all made up, by 10am our chaperone was finally ready and we were HUNGRY! Anyone that knows us Bellingan girls well knows that we do not function well on an ...
... and it was amazing getting to witness it first hand. This particular company did everything by hand; they used molds to get the clay in the shape they wanted. Of course we had to check out the gift shop, complete with pottery and fabric. Though I didn’t buy anything it was fun comparing the designs on the fabric to what we had seen in Delhi. Our final stop before lunch was to a paper making factory, ...