Narain Niwas Palace
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- Swimming pool
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With everyone functional again, on the following day we finally made contact with Rajendra, who took all four of us into the Old City of Jaipur again. Jaipur was the first planned city in India (all things are relative!), and was designed by the ruling Maharajah in the seventeenth century. This gentleman was something to contend with; he became the Maharajah at the age of eleven, moved the capital of the province from Amber to Jaipur – which ...
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... Shukir had said that he knew there was no point n being pushy with Brits because it put them off and the same applied here. Unlike the last time we didn't feel really under pressure to buy something, for the most part they genuinely seemed to want to show us they textile 'factory'. The owner was funny and the work they were doing was genuinely interesting. Back at the shop they offered to make me a tailored suit for 7000rs (about £80), whilst I wasn't ...
... maybe post Holi exhaustion. Pujah my gorgeous girl who is normally so content, was really irritable today and just wasnt happy. If i had a house and a steady job i would adopt her, she is lush. Also the shocker for today is that the spitter Faffoon was a darling today. He was so lovely, he was like a totally different child.
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