Golden Tulip Jaipur
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... a lot of things made of camel leather – belts, handbags and purses. They were gorgeous and ridiculously cheap!
I had signed up and paid for a trip this afternoon to Ranthambore Fort but Brem said that it was a half hour walk uphill including a lot of steps, so I, and quite a few others, decided not to go! We had lunch (a huge choice of dishes but mostly curry!) but I’m happy with rice and chapatis and a little bit of curried meat. Then we sat ...
When we stumbled off the bus early in the morning in Hampi we had to deal with the typical crowd of rickshaw drivers offering their services. However, we were one step ahead and were told previously by fellow travellers to just get our bags and walk the 1km to the river crossing without paying. Sure enough we made it to the 'river crossing' and were witness to about 100 local children taking their morning bath in the river right next to the ferry service. The ferry (which is just ...
Early early start today, 3.45am wake to catch a 5.05am train for the 4 hour journey to Jaipur. Thick fog has descended on Agra this morning, much thicker than yesterday. You can only see maybe 5 metres ahead, made it a bit tough on the taxi driver but he took his time on the virtual lol traffic free roads and we got to the train station in plenty of time. This train ride is a little different to the last. The seats are not as comfortable, we have not been offered ...
... we would be hesitant and skeptical that this guy would be trying to rip us off, but something about his nature and smile was very warm and inviting. We hopped into his rickshaw and for the first time in India so far our inherent trusting nature of people paid off.
Our driver's name was Shiekh but he told us to call him shake. Shake had been driving around tourists since he was 12 years old and learning english from almost anyone he could interact with. He ...
... After the fort we headed for the palace of the wind. There is also a palace of the water which has just been sold off to a hotel chain. The palace of the wind was apparently given its name by the fact the building has no foundations?? Not entirely sure about that one. Any way the palace was used for the royal family to celebrate the holy festival, this is festival where they through the coloured powder over each other. Also the palaces was used ...
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