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... closing time. The Royalty was "in" so their flag was flying and a bunch of the palace was cordoned off. The museum was interesting. Beautiful clothing (a sari uses 5-6 metres of fabric) and the usual selection of daggers/swords/guns. Some camel-guns looked like about 1.500 calibre, with the ramrod also acting as a monopod. I wasn't allowed to take photos :-(.
Kids flying kites everywhere (including downtown), ...
... we've known before, in particular their devout religious tendencies. Our tour guide at the Amber Fort simply could not fathom that we were not religious. He kept saying "if you don't believe in God, who do you pray to?". Admittedly, we've only been here a short while but it seems as though Hindus and Muslims live peacefully side by side which isn't what we'd expected. If Delhi and Agra had warmed us to India, Jaipur has won us over for ...
... much so we went off to bed. Seems we will have a fair amount of spare time here as we have the afternoons free and the evenings, but we do have a 9pm curfew. Got up the following day and had breakfast (we had to get our own breakfast from the shop down the road whereas Lunch and Dinner were provided) before we had to wait for our pick-ups to turn up and take us to the School. The Steetkids School was about 20 minutes away from the house and as we drove to it we even passed ...
... We went back to Sammy and in typical irish fashion we lied and said we were happy. India seems to have the most dramatic and beautiful sights and people, but the constant assault on your senses and emotions, like seeing homeless people outside a beautiful temple, can make you feel like you just want to be home with a cup of tea and your blankie. We were brought to the floating palace. Like everything it's stunning. We went back to Sammy and he started to ...
... a couple of weeks. On our return to the city, we went for lunch at a large resto that served vegan food. I had a yummy bowl of Mugatawany soup and some ragasthani dumplings in Jaipuri sauce. The sauce was good and spicy but I didn't enjoy the texture of the dumplings. We walked back to our hotel and spent a quiet afternoon in our rooms. I couldn't connect on my ipad, so unfortunately didn't have a chance to update my blog. To finish up our last evening in Jaipur, we went to ...