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- Continental Breakfast
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... amp; flavourings. As you can see it was slightly on the large side! In the afternoon we went to the observatory. This consisted of a range of obscure concrete creations, which were built to enable them to tell the time by the position of the sun. And was surprisingly very accurate. We then went to the Monkey temple. I quickly learnt im scared of monkeys! As soon as we got out of the Tuk Tuks they surrounded us wanting food. Me and my roommate, Sarah, decided to make a ...
... searching for us. On arrival at the hotel, it turned out our driver for our day with the elephants hadn't. Thankfully after a quick phone call he came back for us "yes yes 5 minutes"....40 minutes later, whisky arrived! . We sat outside and soaked up the sun while we waited, was all good!
Elephants!!! After a 45 minute drive, through the western gate, through bizaars, past the lake palace and amers fort we arrived a good 2 hours late, but we were assured our ...
... reach the Hanuman temple at the very top of the hill.
Apart from the fact that you will find the whole temple complex so soothing for the soul, there is another amazing thing you will see here.
This complex is full of monkeys. Literally hundreds of them ! At first i was a bit hesitant, even to enter the temple ...
... an informal lecture (with cocktails) on current Indian affairs by a local expert, Mr. Vivian Peres. He did a masterful job of updating us on India's progress and its current state of affairs.
Then another TCS surprise....the men had turbans tied uniquely on their heads by a local, and the women received colorful scarves we marched with camels and horses toward the Polo stadium, before ...
... new tuk tuk. We continued to weave around the endless streets bustling with life and activity. The Amber Fort is situated on a range of hills which are lined with battlements that look like the Great Wall of China, except it is much smaller. The fort use to be the capital of Jaipur state and even though it was built with defence in mind it has a distinct artistic style making it a very attractive building with Rajput Architecture and the bright amber ...