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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... more leather shoes. It was a national holiday for the... Festival where the sisters tie bracelets around the brothers wrists, so the roads were very busy but the shops fairly quiet. The street floors were occasionally covered in India's usual mix of rubbish food and body waste, which we have become used to avoiding. However at one point, a shop keeper began batting a rat across the pavement towards us. The rat scurried desperately across the floor, tumbling and skidding as the ...
... in Jaipur. On our first day we visited The City Palace, Jantar Mantar, had lunch in the bazaar and shopped the bazaar.
Jaipur, the largest city and capital of Rajastan, is relatively new, dating from the early 1700's. It has a much different feel than Delhi, still chaotic but somehow more manageable. That could also be partly me. And although it is called the pink city, you can see from the photos it's really more a salmon. ...
... t recite it off like the other guides, instead he told us the interesting and some fun facts. Like...how doorways were built low so cocky Rajastan men, who walk all tall and mighty (as we've seen) HAVE to bow their heads when entering a room! He also told us thya Indian people don't go on tours for facts and figures, they just want to know what movie was filmed there!
We walkedn through the four courtyards, admired the impressive ...
... jokes!! After another lovely meal eaten by hand, it was time for a quick pee behind a bush (no toilets here!!) and off to bed. I was sharing a room with Mum and three kids (Dad slept elsewhere due to my visit). Unfortunately there was electricity here, and for some reason they kept the light on all night. Between the light, the uncomfortable short string bed, the door being open to outside (so it was quite cold, and I was closest to the door and ...
Well, after a late night bag packing potential fiasco, which did end up resulting in a bloodshot droopy-eyed look this morning, that in my defense I have to say I carried off rather well! I eventually arrived at the airport with family in toe, to part ways with them in a way that was very smooth and highly dignified; paying tribute I guess to that sense of British stiff upper lip our clan is so often known for. So now wandering the airport in desperate ...