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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... supposed to be going to and making the process of having a snack and cool relaxing drink a particularly stressful affair. That evening, it was back up to Tiger Fort for some more sun downers, this time I brought Rosie with me. After getting a few beers in, we were joined by a South African Couple, a Dutch guy and I can't remember how many local rickshaw drivers (essentially everyone who was already up there) who, upon hearing our crass humour and exquisite banter all seemed to ...
... vehicle entry. Upon driving into the enclosed courtyard we were greeted by staff members blowing an ancient trumpet looking instrument and showering us with rose petals from a balcony over the entry doors to the hotel. I have to admit it is one of the most elegant hotels I have been in: inclosed courtyards, infinity pools, lighted torches at night, lavish furniture in the lounge and an open rooftop bar. It was quite a sight; too bad we only had time to eat and sleep there.
... to travel like this, we chose to make this journey, we reap what we have sewed. I am keenly aware most people reading this are having to haul themselves out of bed in the dark and cold to get to work in the bleakest months in the UK calendar. I am sorry I will try to be more upbeat! Friday January 9th The pink city of Jaipur day two. 7585, our taxi, stopped outside the Waha Mahal (Wind Palace) to allow Roz a photo opportunity and then dropped us outside the ...
... front and got to test out the puppets themselves.
We had dinner at the hotel including chocolate birthday cake. Tiff got a bottle of rum for her birthday and I'm sure it will be put to good use. Luke dared George to eat a teaspoon of a really hot chili powder and he struggled for awhile after he had eaten it. We had a few drinks as a group in the sitting room and headed to bed around ...
... so I wasn't really sure what to expect.
The government is actually pretty hot at protecting it - no motorised vehicles are allowed within half a kilometre or so and you aren't allowed shoes into the mausoleum. Before you get into the Taj we entered through the Royal Gate which was impressive on its own. And then... Wow! Did I mention I'm loving the symmetry in the patterns in India? The Taj really is the perfect monument for that! Everything about it ...