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It was a bit nippy in the morning as we left the camp at Anjana and got on the road to Ajmer. Lots of road repairs and building going on in this part of the trip. Women seemed to be doing all the hard work as usual. We stopped to have a chai on the way and I had a look at a squat toilet. The first I'd seen. Quite tidy compared to what I had heard …
We had a nice supper in the room, and an 8 hours sleep that felt so good. After breakfast, our guide and driver come to the hotel, today on time...
Our first visit will be to Lodi gardens, a great open green space with many gardens and some temples. People doing yoga in the gardens (Monika joins them, of course), people walking with their dogs …
Kort inlägg. Idag fick vi se tiger! Ett mäktigt djur och något vi kommer att minns väldigt länge. Det var tur att vi beslöt oss för att stiga upp tidigt ytterligare en morgon. Nu har vi tagit oss till Jaipur. Än så länge har vi bara sett lite från bilen på väg till en restaurang. Mer …
Love the little things. Do your eyes glaze over when you see a bunch of foreign names? Not sure our western eyes know where to start and if you're like me and read out loud in your head (if you do it, you’ll know what I mean), the pronunciation can stop you dead.
Here’s a trick: The king of Jaipur was Jaisingh –Jai is …
Hawa Mahal is known as the Palace of the Winds. It was built in 1799 by Maharaja Sawaj Pratap. It has survived the centuries to become a major tourist attraction in this capital city of Rajasthan State. It is essentially a small palace without the fortress. There are still guarded entry gates, and high walls to enclose the Maharaja wives and …
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