Hotel Hawa Mahal
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... what was going on around them. Nice sunny day and good to feel warm at last.... Back to the hotel and the into the old swimming routine. I had a new attendant today, no less attentive than yesterday's chap, and was given a full update on the state of the pool (just me wallowing in it again). Main pool 27.2 C with the jacuzzi a sublime 38 C - these facts are important and I adjusted my swimming style and stroke accordingly! Flopped back ...
... of men all dressed for the festival. Part band, part dancers and as camp as a row of tents. One in particular was bringing sexy back and him and his drummer friend jumped in the tuk tuk with us and entertained us until we dropped them at the show ground. We ran into them later down at the lake where they were performing with a bunch of other dancers. The foreigners all got dragged in, given marigold necklaces and front row seats. It was so kind. Next was the light festival ...
Day 6 Today started with a quick game of table tennis on Jaipur's first table tennis table, built in the 1920s and now in the garden of the Jaipur Inn. Our bags were tied to the top of a jeep before we set off on a three hour trip to a small village called Tordigarh. The journey was terrifying. We were on the wrong side of the road facing oncoming traffic a number of times and were frequently going over big pot holes at quite some speed. When, shaken, we climbed out at the other end, ...
... We ran in the other direction for higher ground with unhygienic thoughts washing around in our minds! We found cover and dripped dried until the sun came out and we could enter Jantar Manta. That night we scrubbed our feet vigorously!
The local punters
Whilst exploring the markets in Jaipur, we found a man on the side of the road. He was lying face down on the road next to ...
... next city but we haven't missed the preparations! Colourful kites soar through the air and children run around testing theirs out.
From elephants, to snakes, next came monkeys! Push bought some crackers and we entered monkey territory! When they heard the wrappers they all jumped down one by one from trees and buildings.We got some really cute videos, it was such a treat! No one else was around except for a few pigs!