Hari Mahal Palace
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... as you can see from the pictures. We took a walk to the top of the fort & explored the mixture of Hindu and Musilm architecture. Many tourists opted to take an elephant ride to the top, but our guide said that they were not very well looked after. Plus the amount of food I've consumed the hike to the top was beneficial! On route to lunch we stopped off to take in the views of the Water Palace. This was just built for the King for him to entertain. Unfortunately it is ...
... for a bit. Unfortunately we were tired, didn't really know where to go and a lot of shops were closed for the day. Still lots to look at but not the same as the other six days of the week and an early morning start. Ah well, it was time say good bye to India for a few weeks and head to Negombo Beach in Sri Lanka via a very smelly Mumbai. The airport there was surrounded by shanty towns that went on for miles. Houses of tin, rubbish and tarps teeming with filth and humanity. Such a crazy world we live ...
... with goats. Having spent six hours in a bus, we were quite pleased to arrive at our new hotel (which is a massive step up fro me others so far) and set off for a walk around Jaipur. The old city was painted pink (the Hindu colour of hospitality) to welcome Prince Albert in 1857. It has a wall surrounding it with beautiful decorated gates all around. The 'Pink City', as it is known, has been re-painted so many times that it is now more of an orange colour. It is ...
... is a giant water well in Jaipur. Chand Baori is one of the oldest and most attractive landmarks in Rajasthan.It was built by King Chanda of the Nikumbha Dynasty between 800 and 900 AD and was dedicated to Hashat Mata, Goddess of Joy and Happiness upon completion. The state of Rajasthan is extremely arid, and the design and final structure of Chand Baori was intended to conserve as much water as possible. At the bottom of the well, the air remains ...
... and unfortunately it was time to say our goodbyes before moiving onto the next activity. Pottery! Miriam realky enjoyed this, she had never done it before, we got our hands filthy with clay and watched the masters at work! We made vases and piggy banks for children, was loads of fun! And that was our day! We got back to the hotel and had some dinner, bed time now! Tomorrow is another jam packed day, we are both in need of a massage. Lots of love, Clíona and Miriam ...