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... purchasing. Our guide and driver were patiently waiting, until we came out with bags and less money to our name.
After our shopping adventure, we had to get back to seriousness and what better way to visit to the Royal Astrological Observatory. Ok, gotta admit...this did not sound like a riveting stop. But, as with most of this trip, it was quite interesting and much different than expected. One of the Maharajah's who was ...
... br> beyond description.
Our afternoon was spent wandering the streets of the town,
taking the opportunity to buy some gifts for our grandchildren.
happens to people of our vintage, our bladders were sending urgent messages to
our brains. Now finding a clean toilet in an Indian city is not that easy. The
pressure built up as we staggered with increasing urgency through the piles of
old clothes and kitchen pots which represent shops here. We ...
... just to look, no need or pressure to buy apparently. No way Mr Khan no way we said, shine on you crazy diamond and just take us to collect our clothes. He then suggested a visit to the Guru……….we almost exploded but firmly insisted he take us to the factory where we would be happy to sit and wait. Imran was not happy and his original smiling demeanour was nowhere to be seen, his manner and his driving can only ...
... tez cos ustrzelilam. Piekny budynek w widzie na sroku jeziora. To musi wyoasc atrakcyjnie. Na obiado-kolacje po zrzuceniu gratow foto w pokoju, ruszylimy troche w cimneo. Na ulicach w Jaipurze mozesz znalezc wszystko - stoiska z ciuchami, butami, torbkami, dywanami, przeyprawami, pasace sie bydlo, koze, swinke, swiete krowy, ale restauracje. Iezko wypatrzec. Na taka tutejsza stolowke dla swojakow nie bylam przygotowana, bo jakby do goraczki o bolu gardla doszla jeszcze ...
... of the Winds" forms part of the complex and was designed to allow the royal ladies to observe everyday life without being seen. Outside of the palace complex but inside the old walled city are small market streets all coming off the wide main road. There are pigs, goats, cows, monkeys, cats and dogs all competing for space with the thousands of people selling various things. It feels ...