Fortune Select Metropolitan
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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I arrived in this heritage city for the first time, to attend 2013 Global Mifos Summit.
Oops ... Looks like I have misplaced Jaipur photos :-( Will find and upload soon.
... just as one cow freaked out on a man in front of me and gored him in the leg and lifted him off the ground a bit tearing his jeans. I was a bit terrified! I caught up with the group and we entered the observatory. It was really cool to see all the sundials and learn how they work. The place even had the largest sundial in the world. From the observatory we headed to lunch which included grabbing cycle rickshaws. I was with Fiona and everyone was snapping some photos ...
... they ordered pizza, no. Instead, they ordered some curries. Amazing girls. John and I had a nice time having dinner at the hotel restaurant, enjoying again the wonderful Indian food and a Kingfisher beer.
Jaipur was much nicer than we remembered. The City Palace was beautiful. On display were the two largest silver objects in the world. They were huge vases that the Maharajah filled with sacred water ...
... bear some residual markings that appear not to have co-operated with the scrubbing processes etc. As you could appreciate, it is personally satisfying that not all on this trip placed Australia's good name at risk !!!! Some international diplomacy and pure unadulterated common sense had to prevail. The Holi festival celebrates the beginning of the Hindu lunar spring calendar.
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... who had been asking to have visitors come. I was their first ever foreign guest, and many of the kids hadn’t seen a white person before. We arrived well after dark, and being the middle of winter it was freezing cold. We sat by the fire outside and had some delicious warm buffalo milk. Everyone was quite shy, the women took a while to come over, keeping their faces covered with their sari, but eventually warmed up and before long they were even ...