Fortune Select Metropolitan
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Travel Blogs from Jaipur
... Rob being pried on by receptionists (hang on tight Kath), monkeys, camels and cows controlling traffic, bartering and boob grabbing (Had to mention it Raqal - hopefully your mum doesn't read this lolz) and of course the carrying of a dead body before our very eyes.
As for the title, my top knot - the turban wearing Indians love it...we even compare techniques! Winning!
Next stop, Varanasi and the Ganges!
Peace out team.
Hi everyone! On Monday we left Goa for a city called Jaipur. We travelled by train which took 26 hours. The train was a sleeper train. I slept quite well during the night apart from an hour when a man who was sleeping near me started to snore like an elephant! Once we arrived in Jaipur we noticed a huge cinema. Me and Miss Rich looked at the showings and there was only one film on. The cinema only had one screen which sat 1000 people. The film was a Bollywood release called Jai Ho. ...
Everywhere, in every spare bit of open ground, you see boys playing cricket. Makeshift stumps, makeshift bats and sometimes even makeshift balls are used which may add to the enjoyment. Along the streets some play badminton without a net. So far I haven't ...
... and they ran off and bought an ice cream and quickly came back to show us, the smiles on there faces nearly made me cry. It's such a hard life for all the people here. As we came to the end of the stalls there were some guys on rickshaws waiting to take us further through the town, we went through all the back streets seeing more crazy, weird and wonderful things. The people did seem so very nice here, all ...
... to be seen they could participate from behind screened areas. Again this palace is decorated by the permanent finish of powdered gemstones, the building dates back to the late 1500's. When arriving at the third or private royal courtyard there are beautiful formal gardens with a large pool and fountain in the centre. The royal pavilion is heavily ornamented with many mirrors inset into the decorations on the walls and ceiling ...