Fortune Select Metropolitan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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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.
... hint hint. Jaipur is full of palm readers and astrology. This guy told me I'm only having one kid...then I just decided I didn't want my full palm reading bc I'll just freak out when I don't hear what I want. At the end of the day we ended up with ice cold kingfishers and decent indo-Chinese food...btw what is up with the Chinese food obsession around ...
A little about Holi Festival. Holi is a Hindu festival celebrated after the full moon in March each year. Also known as the festival of colour, it is a celebration of good over evil and marks the end of winter. In India, on this day, people put all differences aside (religious/personal/social) and spend the day smearing coloured powder all over each others faces, throwing coloured water at each other, having parties, and dancing to music in the streets. ...
... Second, traffic jam in India has a psychological fuel, the base of the horn works. Such a thing that I EVER seen in my life. They beep every 15 seconds (I said seconds). Shove your hand on the horn and "let’s go, hey ho". I have a feeling that some ones just don’t take the hand of the horn ... lol. It may not have anyone in front, anyone crossing the street, nothing that requires horn, but they still honk. This noise enters your head 24 hours a day and think ...
... described in our trusty lonely planet. Less than a minute into walking we were nosing into a leather shoe shop. Our new tactic for haggling is to name a ridiculously low price, usually under half their original quote and when they protest, look uninterested and walk away. A couple of times 600 rupee shoes quickly became 200. We proceeded on with the walk which took us through narrow shop galleries, windows full of colourful elephant ornaments, umbrellas, bangles piled to the ...