K. K. Royal Days Hotel Convention Center
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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But this temple is more of a complex of temples and bathing pools that you can just wander through. It'll cost you ₹50 if you want to take photos which is fair enough given that there's no entry fee. It's full of **** as usual but ...
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... God. Kathleen has just won a million Dollars. But I don't suppose she will let it change her life as it is only on the inflight version of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire.
At Delhi we go down aisles on either side to get off. I am first off the plane. Kathleen is gutted that I beat her in to the runner up spot. Immigration and customs are pretty hassle free and we are out in to the arrivals area. When we last stayed in Delhi 14 years ago the only hotel near ...
In the morning we visited what is called the Galta monkey temple in Jaipur. When we arrived we met a young indian guide at the entrance who helped show us around. When inside the temple it is set out over three levels. Each level has its own swimming/ washing pool. The first level is for the women only, the second for the men and the top level is where the monkies are!! We made our way up looking at each level, feeling a bit uncomfortable as we were some of the only tourists ...
... happening in a few days later.
We pulled into the opening of the Monkey Palace, where there was a baby calf drawing it's final breaths as it died on the side of the road, we had already seen two dead dogs on the drive over and the smell of death was in the air. It was filthy and still raining as we made the walk up to the Palace.
We are instantly surrounded by monkeys wondering what we have for them to eat, and a teenage boy accompanies us to keep ...