Naila Bagh Palace - Authentic Heritage home hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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A nice dinner and long night’s sleep prepared us for a full day of travel, as we drove the 3 hours back to the Chennai airport and then boarded the 4 hour one stop flight from Chennai to Jaipur, in the famous state of Rajastan. One of the challenges of internal travel in India (for spoiled travelers, like us) is that many of the flights only offer economy class seating, and many routes have stops along the way. Fortunately, ...
... By now nearly midday we opted for an auto rickshaw to the City Palace rather than walk in the heat. The museum displayed some fabulous costume dress with intricate ornate embroidery, two of the largest urns (gangajali) in the world reputed to have carried water from the Ganges to Britain for Madho Singh 2 because he did not trust the quality of the water in England. The courtyard was being prepared for a wedding later in the day ...
... like to visit a Textile Co-Operative, absolutely no need to buy anything but to just see - and that if we went it would be helping him out too. Now we wouldn’t describe Imran’s technique as being persuasive, more like tenacious and relentless. It was easier to just say yes in the end. Plus we had no clue where we were and therefore, we were rather in his hands…..So, off we went, down some more old, desolate ...
Jaipur is known as the pink city because it was painted terracotta for the arrival of the British prince. Terracotta is the colour of welcoming in India. Jaipur seems to have more women around, it seems much more together than Delhi. The roads are atrocious and full of potholes, but the people are friendlier and much more well dressed. 6 hours drive from Delhi, we saw many of the sights from the bus on the way into town. Our hotel was a bit kitsch (flowers painted on all the ...
... He dropped me at the monkey temple where I wandered around for an hour or so before being invited into another families home for a chai just for saying Namaste to them! I then met back up with Pannu and went back to see his family again. I got a really warm welcome spent a few hours playing some games with his cousins, listening to Hindi music and watching them dancing. They even taught me a dance to one of the latest songs out. We ...