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... Tak sa stalo. Večeral som teda neskoro 😃 ale aspoň mi viac chutilo. Kura, trochu by som ho povaril dlhsie ale aspoň nebolo mrazené, bolo pekne palivé a capati. Medzitým prisiel Antonio s priateľkou (ale odisla skôr,určite tusila 😄) a tak som doniesol po večeri jablkovicu... Mr.Singh😀 jeho liker a spolu s Husajnom sme kecali, Antoniovi chutilo to moje. Az ...
... driver at 9.30am after not too much sleep...Luke was feeling just well enough to venture out. He was moving slowly but still alive! Today seemed so much hotter, probably because we're not 100%... We drove to Amber Fort and had to walk a loooong steep incline to reach the top- Luke needing frequent water and rest breaks to which at one point an Indian man said to him, "Oh very tried!" (translation: very tired). So we hobbled to the top and finally made it! The journey up was ...
... to the fort on the back of an elephant. Pretty touristy of course and the ride was a bit shaky as well, but of course that was on our to do list. Amber Fort itself was also impressive, with beautiful views over the countryside and the neighbouring forts. On the way back to town we stopped at a blockprinting manufacture where we got an insight into how fabrics are handprinted with layers and layers ...
... with cloudless skies. It is also a bit cooler today - about 19 degrees Celsius.
After lunch, we had a little time to relax before taking tuk-tuks to the old city area. Unlike the other cities we have visited, Jaipur is laid out on a grid pattern. We wandered under the colonnades looking at all the stores. Then Raghu took us up to the rooftop of one of the buildings where we had a good view over the old city. He ...
... of the ellies, while they were being hosed down.
I had bought bananas, those got doled out during my visit. Three of the ellies opened their mouths for me to put them directly in. They're big but I don't find them intimidating.
It was obviously a special treat for them. Aside from the sugar canes, they eat bundles of grain and 4 chapatis, everyday.
After most of the ellies were gone, one of the young mahouts invited me ...