Nana Ki Haveli
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... many stories from top to bottom and the other way around feeling like Queen Monica in her own little world!
With views of the Maotha Lake in the foreground along with rolling hills and the small lookalike wall of China, this definitely satisfied my hunger of many photo opportunities.
... foot 2 tall and weigh 50kg each! Also went into the Arms Museum which houses an impressive variety of weapons spanning the centuries....some extraordinary contraptions which were both sword and gun. On the way back to the Rambagh Palace Hotel (which is a significant historical site in itself once being the home of the Maharaja of Jaipur), we passed the Palace of Winds, with its many windows and balconies which allowed the ladies of the harem ...
... been at least thirty
of them. (those who know me well, will understand that I am slightly prone to
exaggeration) They were without doubt a happy bunch, all smiling cheerfully and
imitating everything that we said.
One small and understandably exhausted looking young woman
was introduced as his wife. She was also full of smiles and chatted to Ashwami
in animated fashion. He did not share with us any detail of their dialogue but we
... instead as 40 hours on a bus didn't sound overly appealing to me.
My last full day in Goa was 38 degrees and 100% humidity so I did little else other than take the scooter (yes they let me have it again despite them laughing at me heartily for loosing the key) to Agonda beach and melt under a fan watching the cows reak havoc with the bathers. I had some amazing kingfish dish and another kingfisher, before managing to lock myself out of my room in one final act of ...
... road block but I thought it was well cool! We also tried a 'sugar cane drink' where they just get the sugar canes and literally crush they and use the just with a little bit of salt and lemon into a drink. It had an odd taste but was very nice. We settled into our beautiful hotel, despite the tv not working and not hot water it was still quite nice. We finished our day with dinner on the rooftop restaurant watching the monkeys and squirrels walking on the other ...