Fortune Select Metropolitan
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- 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.
Amber fort, a 20 minute tuk-tuk ride from our guesthouse, was the highlight of Jaipur. An afternoon was spent here wandering round in admiration of the architecture and panoramic views of the surrounding countryside and villages.
Many of the cities streets are filled with bazaars selling different goods, fascinating yet infuriating to stroll round as every single shop owner tries to lure you into their shop, whilst tuk-tuk and ...
... May this will get worse as it will hit the early 40s on a regular basis!! Next day we had the usual get up that would soon become routine and then we headed off to School. Sarah was teaching the Alphabet to her children whilst Doug was teaching his class the days of the week. The School has about 40 children, of which almost half of that number are in the 2-4 age group. The 5-9 year olds makes up about 12 and the rest are in the other 2 classes. Break time came and went (Doug ...
... is looking for business and as usual, so were the tuk tuk drivers. People seemed to take no for an answer which was a nice change. Somehow, a tuk tuk driver named Sammy managed to talk us into taking him on for €7.50 per day to take us around Jaipur. He must have sensed our good mood. He dropped us to our hotel. The hotel was around €16 a night. Really nice, no complaints at all. It had a roof top terrace and delicious food. Content as could be, ...
... elephant pendant with blue saphire. I was told this was a rajistan elephant as he is quite skinny, not like the African elephant who are fatter apparently!!!
We also drive though old city in Jaipur, where among the cows, dogs, donkeys, monkeys and chicken roaming around, there were lots of pigs too. Apparently the people who live iin the old city are seen as lower cast than the pigs meaning the pigs can not be eaten.We also saw the water palace which was very ...