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... have been monkeys getting into trouble. Plus, the guesthouse we were at had a family who liked to drink so there were loud talking drinkers out our window in the backyard chatting it up with other tourists in the same guesthouse. Oh well, we were pretty tired from being up at 2am so we got some sleep through all the noise for sure. At 6am, both Jerra and I were wondering whether or not it was a good idea to be out on the streets at dark with all the dogs growling and ...
... means that Victor's final tip is constantly decreasing. Our luxury accommodation has convinced us that Edward-Luis was indeed a ******* tout, although the unattached toilet seat, collapsing curtain rail and wobbly stairway bannister means that we don't feel totally out of place here. Jaipur is somehow louder than Delhi although the people are just as friendly, despite the fact a waiter enjoyed standing no more than 3 feet away watching us eat our first ...
... hooter pretty much all the time and most of the trucks have a sign on their tail gate "Horn Please". Arriving in Jaipur, we settled into the Biassau Palace, an old 'kinda maintained' British colonial style palace, belonging to a wealthy family by the name of Singh. Having caught up on some sleep I went exploring and found a crystal blue icy swimming pool, with my name all over it! I spent the remainder of the day in the pool, surrounded by 42 degrees of thick air and ...
... daughter who said they'd show us the way, but ended taking us to their place to try to sell us some gold leaf jewellery. All the neighbours were out looking and talkng, then the mother said her son and his friend would take us up to the fort on their scooters. Time to leave! We grabbed a tuktuk and found a very nice rooftop bar at a hotel, outside the old town. Later, we took a Rickshaw back to the ...
... room, we still had some hours of daylight left so we headed out to see the Nahargarh (Tiger Fort), a massive fort perched high on top a rocky escarpment overlooking the city.