Jaipur Palace Hotel
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Last night we went to a theme park called Chokhi Dhani, which means "special village" and it was amazing. There were elephant rides, camel rides, a magician, a huge maze, a giant slide, lots of dancers, and that's just naming a few. Included in the theme park was a thali buffet. In my opinion , it was not very good. After we ate, my mom, Félix and I got henna. It looked like melted chocolate! Henna is generally for girls but Félix ...
... lights don’t always work! Still, we were in a foreign land that we had not yet got used to so it was all part of the experience. We had a superb tea of Chana Masala (Chickpea curry) with Puri bread. We were told by the volunteer that some of the food we had would be the same every week, but if it was this good we wouldn’t mind! In the evening we watched a film upstairs (Slumdog Millionaire would you believe!) before we sat on the roof for a while and then headed to ...
... the fort.
Outside of Old City walls
Almost reluctant to leave Amber Fort, I returned to Jaipur Old City in search of my lunch. A quick visit to the quirky Hawa Mahal and climbed its stairs for a decent view of the Old City. From this high point, I spotted the oddly Jantar Mantar, sticking out of the pink city like a thorn. Sadly I did not get the chance to visit this historical observatory. Finding a food stall on this end of the Old city ...
... it to the large one as it only has one window. It's actually quite cold here between about 10pm and 10am and the other room was really draughty. They don't seem to be able to make window frames that fit the holes here!
Our new room is equally clean with nice crisp sheets, a safe, fridge, kettle and big bathroom which includes a large turquoise coloured bath. Very 80s! I'm not feeling great today. Looks like I have the fever back and so to bed to shiver it out. Ian finds a ...
... but it was an amazing sight. We all drank our tea and sat overlooking what seemed to be the entirety of India. Even though India is about 2.5 times smaller than America, the fact that it is exponentially more populated makes it seem bigger by far. The headlights seemed innumerable and every street looked like the festival of light was taking place. (FYI the festival of lights, known as Diwali, is actually on Nov. 3rd)
Namaste. Ram Ram. Goodbye and all that.