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... us around the lake and over to Jag Mandir Island, (where they filmed Octopussy).
The island was rather pretty and has been well looked after – you can stay there if you like, but since the coffees were $5 a pop we figured it might be out of our price range! We had a coffee anyway and enjoyed sitting in the fancy restaurant overlooking the iconic elephant statues outside. Nice to have a treat every now and again!
After the boat trip we popped into Ganesh ...
... 8 plates of curry
9 cows a ********
10 men in turbans
12 traffic jams
We feel that this is an accurate representation of India as we have so far discovered it. Perhaps we will try to prepare our own rendition of Auld Lang Syne for New Year’s Eve. Stay tuned…!
Against the booming construction of the highways we were treated to many far more intimate scenes of rural Rajasthan. Local children ...
... ways of travelling to our next four locations and what we could cut out without too much loss of money or extra cost. As I saw it, what price does one put on preserving one’s sanity? It was a tranquil place to research and I enjoyed the peace & solitude, surrounded by mountains, just the tweeting of birds and soft chanting from nearby temples. It was nice to spend time alone, there were no other guests around. ...
... city and into the old part of the city. The first stop was the Saijan Niwas Garden with many fountains and wonderful grounds. After the gardens we toured a bit of the city, including the Sukhadia Circle Fountain, before going to a local art school. At the school we learned about the process of the painting of the miniatures on camel bone and silk. We purchased one of the paintings on camel bone.
... Jantar Mantar - built by the same man as the one in Delhi. There's also the Hawa Mahal which is known as the palace of the winds. Jaipur is also allegedly good for shopping, particularly jewels, not that we were interested. A few kilometres outside of town also lies the Amber Fort which is quite impressive, sadly the usual elephants weren't there when we visited.
Whilst in Jaipur we had our only experience of rain in ...