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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of Aki. The view, especially as the sun went down and the call to prayer began resonating across the city was superb. It was maybe the best view of the trip, maybe any trip I've done, but it was certainly the greatest, most ridiculously over the top spot for a sun downer anywhere, no contest! Day two in Jaipur, and this city had already surpassed all my expectations.
The next day I arranged to meet up with Rosie, a friend I hadn't seen since I left Goa and who had ...
... as such until 1727 when the government moved back to Jaipur itself. The fort is huge and lovely, with beautiful gardens separating the many palace buildings. A rather unique building had walls and ceilings embedded with reflective metal mirrors so when a candle was lit the room burst into light- pretty creative.
While in the fort we had a elegant Indian Thali lunch (7 little tasting bowls of different classical Indian dishes) in the ...
... the hotel and an auto-rickshaw to the station which we haggled for Rs50(50p) however the driver had no change for Rs100 so our haggling was in vain! The train gave us a 4 course meal including tea & biscuits, soup & bread, Dahl, paneer curry, rice & chapati plus ice cream. From which I had the tea, soup, Dahl and a bit of the chapati. Not bad for a 3:40hr ...
... 25km outside at Chomu Palace Hotel, we have trouble finding it but earl spots the sign and again spots the hidden entrance and we have arrived. With a garland of flowers given to us and a cold towel we are at our next chapter. The hotel is stunning and room is huge. A little rest as Earls back is aching from the bumpy safaris. We then go to see the beginning of the holi festival. There is a bonfire and music and I join in the dancing. We have some brash Americans ...
... keeping local artisans going and reviving communities.
I had arranged an overnight stay in a local village, and was picked up by jeep at my guesthouse by the (extremely!) handsome Giri early next morning. The village of Rusirani is deep in the hills, and has no electricity or mobile coverage, and the locals live a very traditional life. I was a bit nervous about the overnight bit, especially when Giri described the local wildlife, which ...