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... puppet show. Not very long and an effort to sell the puppets.
Thursday we visit the sites. Jaipur was built in 1727 by Raj Jai Singh. He was a king, mathmatician, astronomer, astrologist and designed Jaipur. It was the first urban planned city in Asia. He moved his royal city from the Amber Palace because the surrounding hills interfered with his astronomical experiments. To get the people to move with him he ...
... oszalalbym. Szlismy, liczac, ze cos w koncu sie trafi. Zaczepiali nas co chwile jacys tubylcy. Az jednego Art zaczepil i oyta o gut restaurant. Starszy oan hindus oowiedzial gdzie i jak sie nazywa. Niedaleko. Znalezlismy. Zamowilismy dwa najdrozesz dania z karty (29 zl na glowe) i dostalismy na wielkich metalowychntacach indyjskie olacki i tysiac miseczek z roznosciami do maczania. Curry, pomidorowe, wrzywne, soczewicowe, baaardzo smakowiet, ale cholernie pikantne! Zupa tak sie ...
... The mayor just rebuilt their old palace into a bed and breakfast. The website is: www.abhaydurg.com. He said it was not doing well. I told him he might want to start a winery and list it on tripadvisor. As mayor, he installed sewage lines in his village. He hates politics. His term is over in three months, and he cannot wait. Guess it is the same all over. Tomorrow, it is up early to drive to Rathambore......and hopefully, Tigers!......... Miss ...
... own character but they all seemed quite run down. Rajasthan is one of the poorest regions of India and it shows. The place is steeped in history and epic structures built by previous Maharajas. Massive contrasts between these structures and the lack of wealth of the people living there now.
We arrived in Jaipur content as can be. Jaipur looked and felt different from Delhi and Agra. It was more organized/structured and people seemed more ...
... In fact, that was all the kitchen could prepare. The thought of having curry from the streets was not at all appealing. For once I crave for noodle soup, virtually non-existent in Jaipur and perhaps even Rajasthan.
Down Under with Linda Blair
As I slept periodically through the day, I was basically retracing my meals and trying to pin-point a possible cause of my belly suffering. The suspect at this point was ...