Devi Niketan Heritage Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Beverage Selection
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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We set off for our last day in Jaipur , and managed to get the tuk tuk ride into town for 60 Rupees again, after a bit of a hassle as usual. I have resorted to pointing at my face and saying "is it cos i'm white! you try to rip me off", they seem to laugh at that and accept that we are only going to pay 60 Rupees, it would probably be even less …
Breakfast at the LMB hotel restaurant was amazing, I had Puri and potato curry with a pot of coffee, and Milo had Garam flour puri (bigger than mine) and a dry spud curry that was so good she didn't even let me taste it. The food was an excellent start to the day although our Mouths were on fire with the chilli in the food, wow. We should start a …
we walked round the corner and sat and had a coffee and a muffin in the cafe coffee day place, a nice calm way to start the day.
Then it was onto a cyclo (man on a bike with 2 seats on the back), and heading for the pink city (old Jaipur) , just 50 Rupees for 30 mins of cycling and a few hairy moments in the crazy traffic.
It was great …
... pleased. Shaku was so gentle and loving. We hugged her trunk and stoked her heaps.
Once Shaku was happy with us we fed her, we made the food by folding some maize stalks 3 times and then wrapping the leaves around the stalks to make a bundle. The seed pods of the maize stalks were her special favourites. We said "ley" and Shaku would reach out her trunk and take the food, we then said "dahr" and she wold eat (dahr is so ************ounce and ...
... a younger child. Mama is always on the very back, sari flapping wildly in the tail wind. Of course helmets are an afterthought, mostly used only for the driver. Laws are being enforced in Delhi, trying to persuade all assengers to wear helmets. An unlikely scenario from my short experience. Quite a shock for North American ...