- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... fabrics are hand dyed, and rugs are woven and finished. Then of course there was shopping. Later we visited the astronomical observatory which is all outside. The sundials are accurate to the minute and the biggest in the world resides here. Indians are big believers in astrology and several of the instruments measure the position of the planets at any time.
Finally we went to a jewelry shop to see how gemstones are ...
On our final night in Agra we sat out late on the balcony eating and drinking our fill of Indian food and beer (kingfisher beer) as we watched the sun go down over the Taj for the final time! Delhi was wild, busy, ravaged by poverty and yet still had an irresistible charm. Agra was a little less busy but similar in most other ways, we're growing ever fonder of India. What at first scared us now seems almost normal, the constant horns ...
... so local. The drive to Jaipur was about 5.5 hours and we had to get used to the way they drive here in India!! Everyone drives like Michael Schumacher, including the bus drivers! You’d be arrested in the UK if you used the horn as often as they do here but its all part of their culture. Needless to say we had no accidents on the way despite trying to avoid eye-contact with the road and oncoming traffic. Once we arrived at the Jaipur Volunteer Guesthouse, we got shown ...
... in India. This subject bothers me deeply. The very fact that a religion dictates the social status of different castes, leaves a awfully bitter taste in me. My understanding of the caste system grew greatly with Sanu's detailed explanation. Although identified as an important feature of their religion, I still cannot accept that it is abused to discriminate against lower caste groups.
The lowest of the castes is treated ...
... like to visit the Lake District! They were called Lucy and Martin. Martin has done alot off traveling already and gave us some tips for south east Asia. The couple have already been trekking in Nepal and are off to South America after India, so we were suitably jelous!!
The 4 hour journey went quickly what with chatting and sleeping! When we got to Jaipur we met a tuk tuk man named Rahul who took us to our hotel. He seemed ok and his tuk tuk, or Ferrari as ...