Naila Bagh Palace - Authentic Heritage home hotel
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... these rides stopped 3 year ago. So, I’m 3 years too late!
Apart from small market stalls along the small park, there wasn’t much else to do around here except look at the palace. But since I carried with me my newly purchased item, I rapidly put into use!
... the world's largest sundial (100 feet tall) and various other 'instruments' measuring the height of the sun, location of the stars and so on. The sundials are accurate to within 10 seconds - staggering when you think they were built between 1728-1734. Right next door is the City Palace containing museums and displays including my the world's largest silver creations (basically huge urns)...made from one piece of silver each so no seams, they ...
he had knocked up a couple of vases, a dish and some more small jars. If he had
a contact in John Lewis, this bloke could have stocked up half a dozen stores
in double quick time.
As this exhibition of artisan skill was progressing, his
family began to gather round us. Through the services of Ashwami the
interpreter, we discovered that the ever growing crowd of children all belonged
to him. We were not actually counting but there ...
... next beach for some food and as the sign said recommend by Jamie Oliver I thought yeah why not, I only realised I'd been had off when I saw the rest of the restaurants on the beach were recommended by Gordon Ramsey, and my favourite Keith Floyd.
My forward planning skills can into play later that night when I failed to get a place on a jungle trek and realised that there was only one train a week from Goa to Jaipur and it didn't leave for another 5 days. So I booked ...
... his wife and kids added that secret spice that made my stay there extra special. I truly feel like I had a real "indian" experience! The last day was a Monday and the kids had to go to school. We woke early that morning and I tried to say goodbye but with the rush of a typical morning with kids off to school, I waved a quick goodbye as they ran down the stairs to catch their bus. On the way to the train station, Rakesh told me that the kids had been referring to me as their ...