Travel Blogs from Jaipur
Early today sees me sitting in the back of a taxi travelling through red lights ( no one takes any notice of them before rush hour) heading to the train station. I am escorted to platform 12 where my train will shortly be arriving. It is still dark but getting lighter. Nearby there is a group of guys sorting newspapers (these were for our train) …
... nonsense. Didn't like the mosque itself either, probably because my attitude was wrong by then, but I just wanted to get out of there and back to Raju.
When I left my hotel in Delhi, I had left an iPad behind and Alison had spoken to Ajay (my drivers boss and company owner) who was in Jaipur to see if he could help and like superman Ajay said he would sort it. He was going to get his friend Sushill to collect my iPad and his friend was going to get it to ...
... many throughout Asia, this was run as a co-operative ensuring that all the highly skilled craftspeople get a fair wage and are not expected to work in sweatshop conditions. The man responsible for weaving the rugs, for example, is not allowed to work more than 4-5 hours a day because the work he does is so ******* his eyes, and the position he sits in so uncomfortable. Each single strand of the carpets is hand-knotted individually with a speed you ...
... was a white western woman and when she finished her meal, she got up got a plastic cup from the water machine and then started filling it with the left over lettuce that other people had left on their plate, but the things is i dont think that had actually finished i think they had just gone for a smoke. The waiter confronted her about it and she got really ***** asking 'whats the problem, they don't want it, i've asked them' .....LIAR. Desperate times when you have ...
... of the day was when Sarah and Danielle was trying to get them to stop climbing on the railings and the women handed Sarah a metal pole and gestured that she should hit them. Well that wasn't going to happen was it! After lunch we went to do a bit of sight seeing. We went to Janta Manta which is the observatory. We got there and it looked beautiful. We were advised by the other in the house that we should get a guide and we did....two in fact. The first guide took us ...
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