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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Jaipur
So, after last week where I was saved by a myriad of good samaritans, this week I have managed to prove I should come with a warning lable and need adult assistance in most tasks.
After toasting the helpful strangers in the powercut in Goa I walked home for my first night on my own for a while. This resulted in me being chased down the road by some very hungry dogs in the back streets of Palolem and jumping through a hole in the wall at the hostel to escape after the stick ...
... entrance fee we were blown away by the stunning marble monuments surrounded by vine trees but more specifically it was the tranquillity that pleased us the most. Jaipur, it has to be said, is an incredibly hectic & big place (being Rajasthan’s Capital City) and is certainly not for the faint hearted so the fact we had found some peace and quiet meant we were going to enjoy it! A young Italian guy seemed ...
... star consultations but it was wasted on him, plus some father sat his kid down with us for a photo and we didn't get a tip. Enter the photographers, thousands of them, all with books of our ride up, 10 photos only 2000 rupees, by the time we fought our way to the car it had gone down to 500 rupees and was dropped even lower but it was too late he was run over as we drove off. As per normal following any tour came the P.T.G.O experience, this is where we are ...
... us time to settle in our new room and take full advantage of the wifi. Tonight we had the option to go and see a Bollywood movie. This cinema is one of the biggest in asia and holds over 1000 people. As you can see from the pictures it is huge. Surprisingly the film was brilliant and we all loved it - I never thought I would say that but it's true. After the cinema we headed out for dinner. Our rickshaw to us to a lovely roof top restaurant which ...
... We watched a couple of men roll him over and remove his wallet from his muddy trousers. Our first thought was that he was dead and rushed over. On closer inspection, his ankle was twitching. Two tuk tuk men casually informed us that he was drunk and had just passed out. Later on, Tom went back to check on him and he was being hauled into a cart by some other men - we have no idea where he was ...