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... our last day, we took the rest of the afternoon to sit by the pool and enjoy Jas Vilas. We had sandwiches by the pool (we saw a few weird sandwiches while we were here, one had tiny spiced chicken pieces and one had sliced hard boiled eggs) - but again, safe on the stomachs. We lounged by the pool, showered and got ready to go to the airport. We took a 33 minute flight back to Delhi to avoid the 5-7 hour drive. The Jaipur airport was tiny, semi-chaotic ...
... the nights festivities, Howard ( semi retired, well travelled scoopon regular from Sydney) and I head down to the street as the Groom is just about to leave. Apparently the tradition is the groom gets on a horse and then rides off to get his bride. When he leaves everyone parties on. We are told our Bride is in Jodpur, about 300kms away. Waiting for the groom to show we can see his mount being led up the street by a man in costume. Portable chandeliers get set up. there are about ...
... we explored the City Palace back in Jaipur. Until recently it was the home of the local maharajah and contained all sorts of memorabilia including his polo and billiard clothes. The palace complex was similar to the former one up in the hills but less ornate but still had the worlds largest silver objects that a former maharajah used to take water from the Ganges to Edward the 7th's coronation.We took a tuktuk back to the hotel ...
... the guesthouse when we see the large gate sign that says, "National Jalma Institute For Leprosy"...yes Leprosy is still an issue here and I'm sure by the look of the sores and disfigured limbs we saw on some of the street people, that it is a bacteria that is alive and well. My Dad in Saskatchewan donates to a leprosy foundation. I took a picture of the sign for him. After a nice breakfast visiting with the Guesthouse hosts, we caught a lift with them to the ticket office. You get ...
After a 4 hour journey from Delhi to Jaipur (on a realIy nice road) I got to Samode Estate where a camel ride awaits. I've had a camel ride before with my friend Heena in Morocco a few years ago but my friend, Joe has never had a camel ride before and was eager to try. So he arrange this through our tour company. The estate is now a hotel but it was once the dwellings of the Royal Smaode Family in Jaipur. They still come to visit but for the most part ...