Nana Ki Haveli
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... The monkey in Ubud jumped on me and went after my water bottle....needless to say I did not like that. At the Monkey Temple it was actually really interesting to see the old temples full of locals so unlike the places in central Jaipur which were full of tourist. There was also a pool with water that locals would dip in as they believed it was holy water. The monkeys were not that aggressive except when you had food. One jumped at Joe and took his bag ...
... be nice food but surrounded by white well to do tourists and pricey for us - we’ve found the best places to eat are little places where the locals go but they’re hard to find unless you get a good tuck tuck driver and he takes you. Still, not complaining re food, and we packed our bags before going off to sleep preparing for our train journey early in the morning - up at 4.30am, tuck tuck at 5 and train at 6 to Agra.
... managed to pick up a guide who informed us that although we had missed the morning rides, we could get a ride this afternoon. We got dropped off at a Elephant Centre on a street where we walked into a large shed that had about 6 Elephants in. They had all been decorated with organic colours (powder mixed with water and not paint) so we all went on one! We had our own Elephant, whereas Rachna had her own and Ruth & Caroline shared. The ride was only around the small village but ...
... and decided to stay but realized we needed to rent some transportation in order to access all that Hampi had to offer.
After breakfast at the adjacent restaurant we negotiated a deal with the owners and they let us rent their own personal scooter and motorcycle for $1.50 and $2.00 a day respectively. Nigel of course wanted to re-live his days on his motorcycle so he opted for something a little bigger than the ‘scootie’. Gassed up and ready to go, we headed ...
... walked past into the station, when I asked where they were going. After a long, slightly awkward pause, he replied "maintenance". Bored of arguing and just wanting to get to our hotel after the 8hr flight we agreed to get a cab 24km, after all it was only 200rps(£2). Well initially anyway. After paying 400rps to get a cab to get to Delhi it became clear our driver wasn't exactly sure where our hotel was. He ...