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... loved it!! We also got to see Nelly's baby too which has been taught how to put a flower lei around people's necks, very cute! One of our favourite parts was when the baby grabbed one of the staff by the hand with its trunk and pulled him in for a hug! (Can we keep one Luke, can we? Please!) We were relieved to see they treat the elephants humanely, as opposed to Luke's experience in Thailand with sharp hooks to keep them in line... here they were using voice commands.
... around to find the perfect position. At this time in the morning the hectic traffic was non existent, only cows, pigs and dogs around sniffing through rubbish. As we hit some soil, like yesterday the local villagers were spread out like like termite mounds doing their early morning movements, not put off by us being close by at the slightest. The ride took us through some back quarry looking areas where we spotted large wild antelope and the town ...
... chance to say goodbye to my ellie beauty, Gulab, as this was a busy day for tourist Elephant rides.
On our way back to the city, Totoram brought us to visit his family, which was an unexpected surprise. We talked, nibbled on munchies and looked at some family wedding pics on the computer.
My final evening in Jaipur ended at the Peacock rooftop restaurant, where I enjoyed my last evening in the Pink City. I miss it ...
After a quick hop (by Indian standards) of 4 hours down the road by bus, I arrived in Jaipur, the "Pink City" a large sprawling city very much on the tourist circuit.
I was eager to start what would become one of the highlights of the trip, a day hanging out with the elephants. The elephants used to work giving tourists rides, but now just hang out and get pampered. I was teamed up 1:1 with an elephant and her mahout (handler). I was asked to take off ...
... left for Jaipur on Monday.
The Pink City as it is known was actually a bit of a let down if I am honest.
I checked in late in the evening after my 5.30pm departure from Delhi, prior to which I embarked on a very interesting tuktuk ride to make the station in time for my train. I showed the tuktuk driver my train ticket as well and stating the station I needed to go to, all way fine and off we set. After a while I was seeing sites previously seen when heading ...