Hotel Maharani Palace
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... Two trucks & a couple of cars. Fairly bad accidents but everything keeps moving. The sites on the way were worth seeing & Rell got plenty of photos. So that's good. We stopped at a road side restaurant (these are for the tourist) for lunch & Rell stuck up a conversation with a couple from Sri Lankan's & he turns out to be a photographer. So they exchange information. We had ...
... and weapons in, got rushed around by the guard who said no no it's free I'm not tour guide this is a gift, he was funny jumping around and whipping us around! Hut at the end he ended up saying "tip?!" Cheap skates as we are, he only had 10 rupees off of us each found a shop! bought some postcards, avoided the material! Haha. Found the view of amber fort and then the huge cannon the biggest one in the India or something?fair play it was huge, ...
... few birds were swimming and one monkey welcomed everyone who journeyed this far. He was enjoying a tomato the size of an apple. He followed me with his head as I walked by and climbed the stairs, never stopping eating the red treat. Sound abounded. A hundred steps higher was a second smaller, but deeper pool that was jammed to each sidewall with male locals in their boxers and the odd female in full sari, swimming and splashing about. The noise level was intense as Indians as ...
... I mean why would we be so presumptious. It turned out to basically be like a scout fate, local bands preformers and normal polo.
After an hour or to at the 'elephant festival' we decided to just go to the bazzars. Beth had a bargin they told her the kaftan she wanted was 1350 rupees, shemanaged to haggle them down to 150 rupees.
We got a tuk tuk home, but stupidly we got the smallest tuk tuk ever, we had to fold ourselves into it with the three girls ...
... and made funny noises while producing ALOT of saliva. After we returned to base camp and had dinner and watched some locals singing and dancing me and Sarah busted some serious moves and brought some English cuisine to the table, and yes the lung was performed on many occasions. We then went back out into the desert to sleep under the stars which was so awesome it was pretty much a full moon so the starts were bright and plentiful. All in all it was the best experience of my ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet