Jaipur Palace Hotel
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... as part of the establishment a photo would be good advertising. Whilst John concentrated on framing and focussing his shot the doorman surreptitiously muttered about payment. When justified I have no problem paying people for services but I got the feeling that this was an opportunist under the table moment. Fortunately I have a deaf side, as my lovely children will confirm, which comes in handy on such occasions. Anyway we have now left the "not much evidence of pink" city ...
... it wasn't healthy for the elephants. So, Rennu drove us up the steep, narrow road to the Fort. On our way up, we stopped to take pictures at the lake and a snake charmer was on the sidewalk. This was one of the photo's we all wanted, as you can't do India without a snake charmer! The guy opened the basked and out popped the cobra, who immediately began looking around. Katelyn, Paige and I were not getting anywhere near that snake, but ...
... the children so happy was so nice to see. Travelling has taught me to be a better person and I really do want to help those in need more when back in the UK!
We walked around the city for over 4 hours and ended up in a small café that sells Lassi. Lassi are a fruity flavoured yoghurt drink that is used to cool down spicy curries as a drink, Jack and me shared a pineapple one which was lush! This little place we went to is even on ...
... them cook, and seeing the ease that they were able to put together the dishes made me want to learn all the more. Once dinner was done we were entertained by a couple of young boys performing a puppet show and singing songs on the bongo drum. The youngest boy sang Bruno Mars "Just the way you are" to an Indian Bollywood beat to introduce the show. Then his brother started to act out with the marionettes a little show including a princess, a warrior and a ...
... however, happily let us in for 50 rupees (50p) and Raju and I were among 100 people if that. The scenery was breath taking ! We were there at sunset and although it was a little hazy, it was beautiful. Children were flying kites there, the warm wind was blowing while Raju and I drank tea.
7 hair washes later and I am still coloured. My hair is like a set of traffic lights crimson red, emerald green and my own designer amber - blonde no 9 with 30 vol
Perfecto day number 4!