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... br> Having paid our dues we were herded together with a small
group of about 15 people and asked to wait for a guide. Eventually he turned up
cutting a singular figure, small, wiry with a thin moustache and wearing the
sort of sports jacket that was “de rigour” in about 1958. He explained that, as
we toured the fort, he would first describe everything in Hindi and then in
We soon noticed that the Hindi explanations were extremely
... usually are from the scrap down the kebab shop at 3am because someone looked at your bird, right up to the Trojan War. But this one was something to do with someone who was meant to marry one person but her dad promised her to someone else and the first dude was enraged at the insult and cannonballs ensued, probably with the woman in question hanging off Jaipur's shoulder shouting, "Leave it out, ...
... who ranged from 3-15 both boys and girls. The ones who could stood up and introduced themselves and they sang us a welcome song!!!! To cute! There were 4 teachers, two were volunteers from Germany who were staying for a year, which in that location I bet will be a very long time! Some of the kids were really inquisitive and asked questions, others just pointed at things like sunglasses and my hair. There was one tiny little girl who I thought was a boy, she came from a family of ...
... Umaid Bhawan Palace, the current home of the Maharaja and at the time it was built in the late 1920s, was one of the largest and most opulent private residences in the
world. While you can only see the building from the front (where the vintage Rolls Royces are kept) and visit one wing which is now a museum, it was worth the trip. Umaid Singh was a progressive Maharaja and this enormous edifice was built in the Art Deco style. It took ...
... at a Thali vegetarian restaurant. They bring you a large plate withe several bowls of different sizes on it. They fill the bowls and put other things on the plate for a total of 29 different foods. The food had different degrees of hot spices but their was lots you could eat if you didn't want too much heat. They would refill anything until you told them to stop. They also kept bringing different kinds of ...