Nana Ki Haveli
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... only get out of my mind when I leave India.
Jaipur is a very big and busy city, about 5 million inhabitants, and known as "Pink City" because in 1876 the Maharaja who founded the town had to paint it all pink to welcome the Prince of Wales (here I leave open for your reflections ... lol ). Jaipur is the first planned city of India and was the last capital of the royals. Well, maybe in the past it has been organized ... lol. Well, we ran the town with the guy who ...
... disappointed. I wanted to like Jaipur, I tried to like Jaipur, I failed miserably. The weather was over 100 degrees every day and making our way through the market always proved to be an exhausting venture as all of the touts were aggressive and obnoxious. We would see something hanging near the front and ask the price but they would insist that we enter the store and sit down first so they can show us 50 more just like it. We (I) did end up ...
... eating every meal. It was very touristy which we did not like. But hey, whatcha gonna do? Then we hit the red fort. It was massive and pretty awesome. A lot of kids came up to us to take their picture of us. Which was pretty funny. You could see Taj Mahal off in a distance from the fort, I really liked that. But most of it was not well maintained and a big part of it was closed off. That was disappointing. We then somehow got taken ...
... only passing other vehicles on blind bends I started to feel worse, I tried to close my eyes but the sensation was starting to take over from my stomach. At one point we drove through a small town and as the different smells hit me I got that sensation in my mouth that you get when you are going to be sick, luckily as I was about to ask the driver to find somewhere to stop I managed to recover ...
... the locals have their photo taken with her since they are so smiley and grateful after. It's heartwarming to see such a small gesture bring such joy. Almost all the folks we ask to photograph say yes and after we show them the photo on the camera they usually break into a big smile. We also get tons of locals, especially kids, who tap us on the shoulder asking for a photo of themselves and their friends. So if you stop for one you'll often have several others ...