Nana Ki Haveli
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... elephants entered through the Moon Gate, watching them as Anuj went for the tickets. Hawkers immediately immersed us, selling a kitchen sink's worth of trinkets, baubles, etc.
We had a guide who was a pain in the ass to me as I was more interested in photo ops than a regurgitation of things heard three years ago. We entered the complex through the Lion Gate ['Singh' means lion in Hindu] and were immediately before the Dhar-i-Aam where the ...
... more leather shoes. It was a national holiday for the... Festival where the sisters tie bracelets around the brothers wrists, so the roads were very busy but the shops fairly quiet. The street floors were occasionally covered in India's usual mix of rubbish food and body waste, which we have become used to avoiding. However at one point, a shop keeper began batting a rat across the pavement towards us. The rat scurried desperately across the floor, tumbling and skidding as the ...
... jokes!! After another lovely meal eaten by hand, it was time for a quick pee behind a bush (no toilets here!!) and off to bed. I was sharing a room with Mum and three kids (Dad slept elsewhere due to my visit). Unfortunately there was electricity here, and for some reason they kept the light on all night. Between the light, the uncomfortable short string bed, the door being open to outside (so it was quite cold, and I was closest to the door and ...
... Our guide said the wedding was probably for someone rich and famous, and there would be between 1000-2000 people attending! Back at the hotel, the kids and I found a musician sitting in the atrium playing a very complicated instrument. He spoke almost no English and we speak no Hindi so communication was tricky. We can't remember the name of the instrument but it is played with two wooden strikers hitting the the ...
... family's house for dinner. The food was lovely but the wife clearly hadn't made it all like they made out she had, they had a maid who was running around fetching the food out and clearing things away, they also had a boy form a local village living with them who was running around doing things . They paid for his schooling and let him live with them so he could be educated at a good school then he worked for them doing chores in return. ...