Jaipur Palace Hotel
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... a Nikon dealership to get a new battery. I forgot the disconnect between what I might have expected [back home] to a typical small shop here. Hotel reception talked about a south bazaar with big name shops. When I finally got a tuktuk driver, he doubted there was such a place.
Ultimately sorted and out, only to find rain drops. Back to get the flimsy raingear I never expected to need in India. Out again and crossed the road. A tuktuk driver stopped. Told him ...
... leading to various chambers and viewpoints across the parched land. Taking a break at the café inside, we all laughed at the menu, a deal offering a drink and samosa for sixty nine rupees was called a “sixty-niner”. Didn't they know what a sixty niner means??!!
Wandering through the back streets to the Anokhi Blockprinting Museum we came across an amazing step well, geometric patterns of steps disappearing into the water, all ...
... consequences. We just so happened to have stopped by a man selling oranges. We were talking about how good they looked and he was nice enough to et out and buy us all one! What a nice man. He has been so patient with us and so generous. We were back on the road again. This ride was long. I think most of us napped for a while at this point, I know I did. Katie and I banged heads at one point and she didn't even realize. At the halfway mark between Agra and Jaipur we stopped for lunch ...
... sell began and not surprising we came away with duvet cover, 12 scarves, 2 cushion covers and one order to make some Ali baba pants with the fabric that we selected. We were then taken to a local restaurant for a lovely meal with local music and dancing. Mr Inder waited for us outside to help us cross the crazy road to the hotel. A good night sleep in order for another busy day tomorrow in the city of Jaipur, the pink ...
... by zeros and one of them has trouble understanding where to line up some of the numbers. I found that once I could identify their actual needs I was much more capable of teaching them. The little boy is still working on learning his times tables. Trying to explain multiplication to a child when you don't even speak their language is a challenge! I found some ...