Hotel Ashish Palace
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... Brighton can do it way better than I ever could but there's a women who lives near Zostel who accosts backpackers as they walk past her house and asks them if they'd like to learn "four or five dishes, very easy, no expensive." For ₹250 she'll show you how to cook something quick and simple and you get to eat it. Sage was keen. To be fair it's not much more than you'd pay for a ...
... Mia all wearing Sari's for the night as fireworks exploded in the sky all night long.
All in all, everyone in the group had an amazing Diwali experience.
We began each morning in Jaipur with Yoga Class taught by the daughter of "Yoga Mother," who had taught some of the most prominent Hollywood stars. No pressure, indeed! Nonetheless, we persevered, and somehow stayed upright. Meanwhile, our teacher informed us how different ...
The lake is beautiful and again we seem to have done alright as far as hotels go. Nicely located and fairly cheap, with great rooftop views. Around the corner we found another pool to while away a day.
We had dinner with a lovely elderly couple who come highly recommended in the Rough Guide at Queens Restaurant (Which has just one table but the food was prepared with love and it tasted great). In fact we went back to Queens ...
... It's free for him to attend but he needs to earn money too. The kind of art he is learning is fab. 5 colours only made from cobalt, iron oxide, sulphur, graphite and something else I forgot. The brush is tiny using only 2 hairs from a squirrel. Painted onto sandstone (traditionally ivory but obviously not allowed any more) the more complex, large paintings can take 40 days. You pay per day, £3 which doesn't sound much but these guys take 4 days to do a 4x3 painting. ...
... but tiredness halted our spending. We left the restaurant with bags stuffed full of napkins as nowhere provides toilet paper and a tap and jug just don't cut it. It's funny watching each other sneakily steal them in every restaurant we go. After a good nights sleep Miraj picked us up the next morning ready to take us to our next destination, Jodphur. - there may be a few shorter entries coming up together as we've been travelling so quickly and I can't keep up with my ...