Travel Blogs from Jaipur
Today we had a group visit to the Amber Fort in Jaipur to see the maharajahs house. This should of been a 30 minute local bus journey, but when the bus arrived, the blasted bus didn't stop for us. Typical, it seemed the bus didn't want to stop for us tourists. After waiting around for another 20 minutes or so, there was still no sign of another bus …
We're getting a bit behind with these
blogs – not because they've not been written, but because we've
been having a bit of difficulty over the past few days getting
connected to wi-fi.
OK, Udaipur was my last update. We
were there for 3 nights and it was a real lovely place. The
temperature was comfortable, …
Tegar vid maettum til Jaipur vorum vid buin ad akveda tad ad vid aetludum ad taka okkur sma fri ad skoa sofn og fort og allt tad og vera adeins i rolegheitunum. En tegar vid komum ta gatum vid audvitad ekki stadist ad skoda Jantar Mantar en tar gatum vid skodad hvernig tau fylgdust med timanum adur en klukkurnar komu til sogunnar, Gabriel fannst …
... had an entire mummy and its sarcauphogus on display. I have always loved the Egyptian design aesthetic so I was loving every item. The end of the day was spent at the City Palace. This walled fortress within the city was the home for royalty after the Amber Fort and before their move to Jodhpur. Once you step inside its easy to judge the royals' wealth. The huge complex of halls, courtyards, gardens and buildings blend both Rajasthani and Mughal design elements. One ...
... as fast as I could to catch up with the girls! Got out of that one sharpish. Found a cafe which we though was call 'drug cafe' but in fact was 'durgcafe' was nice and authentic, couldn't resist the kingfisher larger! Watched the world go by, Jaipur looked peaceful from up above! It was empty in the cafe except three creepy Indian men that moved the chairs so they could look at us. -freaks!!
Always have a cuffufal with the bill, our maths are ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Not the best place to stay, but it's a bed. Oh and the wifi is complete crap. Only available in the lobby and is very temperamental.
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