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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... The instruments are still used for accurate forecasts of the annual monsoon season and for the prospects for the coming growing seasons. We then entered the City Palace, still the home of the Maharaja of Jaipur, presently a 16 year old student. Although the 550 or so Maharajas, Princes, Nawabs and other rulers of the various princely states of India lost their temporal power with Independence in 1947, many of them still retain their wealth and palaces. Thus the ...
With travel being expensive and income so low the most economic way to travel around India is via motorcycle. My heart is continuously in my throat as I watch whole families piled onto a single motorcycle, flying along on the highway. Babies perched on the very front, wind in their face. A common sight is young child on the ...
... on his day off, we had a really good time. Every time the hero (though we never got to see his panti's) started beating up the baddies or giving them wisecracks the crowd went mental cheering, and each time the heroine, Dimpy (no, really!), showed a bit of midriff or there was a clear sexual innuendo, everyone went nuts. Actually we were really surprised as it was ...
... with cloudless skies. It is also a bit cooler today - about 19 degrees Celsius.
After lunch, we had a little time to relax before taking tuk-tuks to the old city area. Unlike the other cities we have visited, Jaipur is laid out on a grid pattern. We wandered under the colonnades looking at all the stores. Then Raghu took us up to the rooftop of one of the buildings where we had a good view over the old city. He ...
... here we got into a discussion about marriage and drugs and India. I really liked what our main guide said. He said their motto is "get married once, stay married forever." He told us how his marriage was arranged as is most in India. It has become more flexible because now there are more options provided and you are given time to decide if you want to get married or not. We also slightly talked about drugs. We talked about how marijuana is illegal but can still be ...