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... and up a steep hill for several Km. It’s a huge, solidly built fort dating back to late 18th century which commands impressive views over Jaipur one way and the stunning Amber Fort the other way. We popped into the armoury where we were again accosted by an elderly museum official this time who also spoke some English and who seemed determined to personally escort us around each of the few exhibits at breakneck speed and who merely repeated the ...
... I should be able to make it in about 15-20 minutes walking. I took it however, cause I am really tired and the blister on my left heel is screaming this morning. I got to the train station but had no interest in having breakfast. It took me a little while to locate the train for the information board was not updated since last night and the overhead pass failed to indicate the proper information. Lastly there was the confusion that C3, which was my card, did not park at where ...
... story, there are actually four submerged levels in which the solid stone walls have held back millions of liters of water and prevented water seepage for over 250 years with a special designed lime mortar!
There used to be gondolas which provided romantic boat rides across the ...
... in the early evening. We
arrived in time for the closing overs of the day`s play at the local cricket
ground. We have not mentioned the popularity of the great game much so far but
it is fair to say that the Indians are besotted with it. Everywhere we have
travelled casual games are taking place on any available space, none of them grassy
or green. This match was obviously of reasonable stature as there was
commentary over a PA system blaring out ...
... to doubt whether there was any credibility to anything this guy said as Imran turned out to be a complete and utter spiv and shyster who led us right up Jaipur’s garden paths. In the morning we visited the Jantar Mantar Astronomical Observation Site, the Sunken Palace and a temple called Gatore Ki Chhatriyan which apparently was Imran’s favourite tourist spot - we rather liked it too, the gardens were peaceful ...