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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... an epic journey! We did meet some cool people, and some not so cool people along the way! We were especially pleased to share our bunks with Karina from Argentina and a funky Japanese girl who spoke very little English. We thought they were both very brave for travelling here ...
... through perforated screens, while enjoying the breezes that blew through. It has become an icon of Rajasthan. (Photo to follow when I can get decent wifi coverage). Next we went to see the Jantar Mantar, a solar observatory built by the founder of the city, who was quite a scientist and astronomer in his own right. It has sixteen instruments of which the most impressive is one of the largest sundials in the world, 90 feet high, which tells the time to an accuracy of ...
... and all the women were laughing at him. It usually takes about two to three hours to dry, but we had an hour rickshaw ride back the hotel, so it dried faster. The henna stains your hands so when you wash off the extra layer of henna the design stays on your hand. They use a tube to apply the henna and they squeeze it onto your hand, like icing, so it is thick on your hand. When you wash the thick layer off, the stain is smooth. It is really ...
... management) that this was the movie showing! We got massive stares from everyone - not for the queue jumping but "why the hell were these Westerners watching a movie in Hindi?" Armed with pre-movie snacks of samosas (we gave the faux cream cake slices a miss!) and bottles of "Thums Up", (a better version of Coke/
Pepsi) together with an army sergeant we met in ...
... on bindis as well. That was pretty cool. While here they kindly fed us a snack and we got to try these really good things called samosas. I liked it! Yum. It's been easy to get things vegetarian since that's most common. The next place we went to was an astrological place. It was science oriented which we have clearly established we can't relate to much since were all about the humanities. It was intriguing however because it had to do with our astronomy sign. While ...