Fortune Select Metropolitan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... system persists. It is so quiet here compared to Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. There are no beeping cars or fighting dogs outside our window: only birds and crickets. After lunch, all the girls got henna tattoos done by a woman from the village. She came with a beautiful 18 month old child, whose name translated from Hindi means 'rain'. We then got into another jeep and went to one of the smaller villages nearby. It was a wonderful experience. The houses were made from mud, dung and ...
... all over the country. Apparently, there are no dead zones. sometimes it took awhile to get through some of the toll booths because the truck drivers would bribe the custom people with food, etc so they wouldn't have to pay the toll and this really holds up traffic!!! Fifty percent of Indians no not have fresh water supply and some women will walk 5 miles a day to get water but now the government is building pumps for water in the rural areas. ...
... I was fully expecting to have someone sat in our seats when the train pulled into Ajmer but had a pleasant surprise when are berths were free. We were travelling 2AC and had the top and bottom side seats which meant we didn't have to share space with any Indians on this occasion. The two hour journey went without any hitches and we arrived in Jaipur on time too. Next was the usual getting out of the train station and finding some transport to take us to our hotel, we ...
... pick up would still be there. We called the hotel en route but whoever picked up didn't speak much english - we were guessing/hoping there would be a 50/50 chance someone would be there. After fending off the usual barrage of aggressive "guides", we were approached by a man holding a sign with my name and Canadian cell phone number on it, confirming him about as official as you are gonna get. Mohamed was his name and he takes us straight to the hotel, about a 15 minute ...
... and plan lunch after we check in, we head out, eat, then head out for a tour of New Delhi, old Delhi has a festival on so we have been warned against it. We go to a Hindu temple, a seihk temple and a Catholic Church. We head back on the metro train and have a bit of time before our last meal together. We have our last Indian meal (eaten so much the last few weeks) phew!! Can't wait for a pizza! Back at hotel some goodbyes were said and we head to ...