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Travel Blogs from Jaipur
... photography stops of a floating palace, offerings along the river and a gem museum with a guide for the Amer Palace. The elephant ride up the meandering path gave us a view of the saffron island now used to grow herbs and the path a visitor would announce their arrival as they entered the city palace. This is the place the Maharaja ran Jaipur in the beginnings surrounded by 7 miles of walls on both sides of the river before building the ...
... and used all my energy to climb up 6 flights of stairs, all of us collapsed and fell asleep for a good couple of hours woke up with cramps again and being sick, Amita took care of me and got me some antibiotics for sickness, pain, and fever (lost count of how many different types I had) that day instead of shopping me n Zoe flaked out on the mattresses watched films and slept, kept being sick but all there was to come up was pure water. ...
We set off at 9am this morning for our longest drive of the holiday. It would only be a couple of hundred kilometres from Agra to Jaipur, a journey that we'd rattle through in a maximum of two hours in the UK but we were told that it would be five hours driving today. Although the roads themselves are fairly good, the drivers aren't and averaging more than 40 km/h is nigh on impossible. En route to Jaipur we stopped off at Fatehpur Sikri, which is a ...
A couple of days back in Delhi after Rishikesh, the road called out for another road trip. This time it was south and then due west to the three "J" cities: Jaipur, Jodhpur and Jaisalmer. Each is about 240-260kms from each other, but again due to horrible highway conditions at times, the average drive is 6-7 hours in length. Jaipur, named the pink city after the color of the walls and buildings in the "old city", it's more of a reddish/pinky terra cotta color to be honest. ...
... and had he picture taken. lol. Pictures to follow.
To top off this run of bargains, we also had a tuk tuk driver that actually knew where he was going. HOORAH! And he only charged us 120 rupees. We have decided as a rule to pick the old tuk tuk drivers because they seem to know the area better. Plus this one had he son with him so we figured he was a safe bet.
We finished the day with ...
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