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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Sunday was moving day so we had breakfast and a little walk. Jumped in a tuk-tuk which whisked us off to station a tad early but that wasn't a big problem. With our few hours to kill we relaxed and read on the platform and got ready for the seven hour train journey to Jaipur. We arrived late to the incessant hassle from two tuk-tuk drivers haggling over who would transport us to our hotel. I took great pleasure in telling them both we where being met and even then they didn't get ...
... with 3 pairs of trousers all for 50p each bargain!! Jack wanted to get a horrific travel shirt but it was going to take to long to make as it had to be tailored so maybe later on in our trip we might be able to get him one!!
There was an optional activity to go to the observatory tower but as most of us were up until 3am last night we headed back to the hotel to catch up on sleep (not before stopping at the alcohol shack) a few others headed to ...
... both boys and girls play.
The school covered ages 5-14. Each age group had a 10 x 15 foot room. The kids sit on the concrete floor on a blanket. The math teacher had a white board. The rooms are in a U shape around a courtyard. Food is cooked in one room and they eat outside. Uniforms and minimal school supplies are provided by the government. In general only the poor attend the government schools. They were ...
We journeyed on to Jaipur where we were to stay for a couple
of days. Jaipur is the capital of Rajasthan and is predictably busy. Our tour
included an unusual event on the first evening; a visit to a cinema to watch a
film. This might sound slightly strange but the cinema itself is famous as it
is the largest in India and is the home of those Bollywood epics. We were to
see a film called “PK” which was about an alien landing on earth to be ...
... just to look, no need or pressure to buy apparently. No way Mr Khan no way we said, shine on you crazy diamond and just take us to collect our clothes. He then suggested a visit to the Guru……….we almost exploded but firmly insisted he take us to the factory where we would be happy to sit and wait. Imran was not happy and his original smiling demeanour was nowhere to be seen, his manner and his driving can only ...