Goyal Palace Hotel
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... so, it was a great time to head back to the hotel. We were scheduled to stop at one more shop to see jewelry, but we were all shopped out and frankly none of us needed (or could afford) it anyway!
Our evening was low key, with more free beverages and snacks in the the beautiful hotel bar. Paige and I went to the cafe for a light dinner and everyone hit the bed early again in preparation for our early morning flight to Varanasi.
... who like to be driven around
Rajasthan in pomp and splendour. Having spent the best part of two weeks on the
roads we can only guess at how they avoid the maniacs who practise the infamous
“freestyle” method of driving.
Our new pal would not let us leave without showing us, in
great detail, the complete stock of his automobile heaven. There was a Buick, a
Chevrolet and even a wonderful 1930`s convertible Rolls Royce. Not content with
... had paid him over and above what was the going rate and that he would have received a cut from the textile factory but still it was not enough for this slippery and greedy Khan. He cried please dont leave me this way but we stomped off in disgust with our outfits which frankly served as a necessary reminder of the perils of being gullible and the need to be savvy here in India. Canefucious says: Don’t be fooled, sometimes ...
Very sad news today, a young couple from Australia, only 3 months into a 3 year round the world trip on their motorbike have been tragically killed in Uganda after a head on collision, may they rest in peace My diary for today seems rather inconsequential now Very briefly we took a tuck tuck to the Amber Palace and the Amber Fort, very interesting Today's animals were cows, Bulls, wild boar, donkeys, monkeys, camels and ...
We had a later start today. After breakfast we headed out of the city of Jaipur. As we drove along the road we saw peacocks, monkeys and elephants. Our first view of Amber Fort was from across a lovely lake. The fort is perched high up on a hilltop surrounded by a large stone wall that goes on for miles. We could see elephants carrying people on there backs up the ...