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... as we had promised we would go back.
After shopping we had to change some more money (maybe mum and I spent a bit more than we planned hehe!) and I stayed in the hotel for an hour by myself reading my book. Mum and Dad were longer than expected because Mum had fallen in love with an a beautiful old wrinkled rajasthani man, wearing a turban ( unfortunately it was a painting!). We then had dinner and went to ...
... than enough there is lots to do in Jaipur and it's such a beautiful City. Our high lights in a snap shot The only sight to see in the whole town was the City Place which is part of the building we were actually staying in! So we didn't have to go far But given we were there three nights it was a great opportunity to chill out and get Christmas and New Years in Canada booked and to arrange and book Oz, Tasmanian, New Zealand (Dan is super happy as he picked out a pimp camper van ...
... we endured in India) we were completely exhausted and bone shattered. As we waited in a roadside shack at 10 pm for what we hoped would be a fun adventure the lack of any other Western folk or females for that matter, should have warned us that our adventure may not be what we had in mind. Upon climbing up into our bunks we noticed that each bunk had a rail and a sliding partition. Little did we know both of these are essential unless ...
... wohoo! The palace had many beautiful paintings of elephants and again, more extraordinary carvings! We then walked along the lake, enjoying the view, drinking coffee and just relaxing. It was the first chance we’d had to decompress in a while. After all of this, we visited the lake for a sunset cruise. This was the best part of our time in Udaipur. From our vantage point on the boat, the city looked incredible! The palace and ...
... resin which some unscrupulous dealers try to pass off as camel bone. "But camel bone doesn't exist!" he said. "There is no such thing. And I will tell you why..." Imagine, he told us, all of these paintings on all of this bone. There simply aren't enough dead camels in India to support it. Sage asked him if genuine camel bone had ever been used. "No!" he beamed at us. "There is no such ...