Devi Niketan Heritage Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... around lake Pichola, taking in views of the City Palace, the Kings helipad, and the Lake Palace Hotel (previously the Summer Palace) as the sun set. Having not been previously exposed to traditional Indian folk show, I was delighted to spend the next part of the evening watching and listening to traditional dance and music performances at Bagore Ki Haveli, from across Rajasthan. There were dances, puppets and music and grand finale comprised of a woman, who could ...
... culinary dysfunctions and not cause projectile vomiting. As predicted, Elias survives on eggs, white carbs and an occasional banana, slice of cucumber or watermelon. Alex has seriously branched out (fried silk worms, mutter paneer, etc.) but still forbids us to eat street food (though I did win out on the cheap-o beef pho in Hanoi.) Granted, none of us has gotten food poisoning yet. Ten points for Alex.
4. Managing our budget.
It’s a bit scary to see ...
... us humans. They tolerate us at best. "Contemptuous Monkey" doesn't have the same ring to it though does it? I think it's the same attitude Wolves must have for domesticated Dogs. "Here's another dumbass" is the look on their face when you show up. Monkey's don't have jobs or money and they certainly don't care a jot what you think of them. Take a hike, loser. I'm scratching my **** here.
So we got out of the Rickshaw and politely told the gang we ...
... and didn't look like a cricket lads trip either. but they thought we were hilarious for some reason and again the filming and the photo shoot started. Frankly if i was their tour guide i would of been ****** off and the fact none of them were listening to me.
At the top of the fort we were greeted with a mass of monkeys ...
... to eat. All of the restaurants were closed so we went back to our hotel for some food around 1:30 pm. At this point the heat was wearing on us and we were about Holi-ed out. My main disappointment was just not finding anything to DO for Holi in Jaipur. There was no specific place or time hosting festivities as far as we could tell, and wandering around the ...