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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... built in the late 16th Century, although there had been previous forts there for hundreds of years. Jaipur was never captured by the Moghuls as the Singhs used diplomacy rather than warfare and allied themselves to the Moghul Emperors. In the same way, with the rise of British power in India, they saw which way the wind was blowing and were early allies of the British, aiding in putting down the Sepoy Mutiny of 1857. When Independence came in 1947, the ...
... The monkey in Ubud jumped on me and went after my water bottle....needless to say I did not like that. At the Monkey Temple it was actually really interesting to see the old temples full of locals so unlike the places in central Jaipur which were full of tourist. There was also a pool with water that locals would dip in as they believed it was holy water. The monkeys were not that aggressive except when you had food. One jumped at Joe and took his bag ...
... handcarved stamps and colours. Afterwards we stopped at the monkey temple to which we had to hike for half an hour at 43°C... phew!!! But got to see a little temple with a pool in which monkeys were bathing. Quite cool! In the evening we had diner in a little restaurant on top of the city wall, looking down to the crazy traffic on the main road. Today on Sunday we slept in and then went into the ...
... a few gifts for friends back home so the trip wasn't a total loss but we were never able to work up enough energy or desire to visit the popular sights around the city.
We also made a trip to the post office to ship our gifts home and that proved to be an exhausting adventure as well. The post office didn't sell boxes so we found a guy on the street that offered to find us boxes and package everything for a small price. He had decided to set ...
Another early rise, another difficult clamber out of bed but this time the rewards were worth it. We departed the hotel at 6.30am greeted by the cameleer and his two camels. We left the quiet, dark and cold town area for our safari. Being only a 2 hour ride we couldn't go too far, but the distance we did go was awesome. I've never ridden a camel before - they're not the most comfortable, especially for men. So the first 20 mins was an excercise ...