Narain Niwas Palace
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<b>Jaipur - Thursday April 19th to Monday 23rd April 2007 </b>We took the 5.45am train from Jodhpur to Jaipur, a five hour trip through dessert with working camels and desert tented camps in the distance. We booked regular class seats which is always an experience! The children are very fed up of being a spectacle now. Nevertheless Abi …
... I did get a scare from a cow though. I was wearing my rainbow scarf and I walked pass it through a narrow walkway and it charged at me and I instantly screamed! The tour guide shooed it away. Yikes me and animals.....especially when I travel..... the monkey in Bali I mentioned, a dog that bit me in Vietnam, a bird that stole my sandwich right from my hands in Kyoto and now this cow in India! Good thing I've never been seriously hurt and can laugh about ...
... the village roads towards the river crossing not really knowing where we were going. The Hampi area is split in half by a small river and the only way across is by a small boat or to drive 50km out of the way to go around it. Conveniently, these small boats allow motorcycles and scooters on to make the 1min journey for only an extra 10 rupees each (20 cents). The process of loading and unloading our ‘hogs’ was quite an adventure in itself but as soon as we drove off ...
... take us to the British information centre to ask for directions, this is where things really got interesting. We were introduced to Raj a Indian man who lived and worked in Brooklyn but was working in Delhi over the festival season. He called our hotel and handed me the phone on which a man persisted to tell me that our reservation had been cancelled and they had no rooms. Raj quickly took back the phone, arguing half ...
... Holbein Hendley, Resident Surgeon, to open a museum of industrial arts to display products of local craftsmen. Albert Museum was completed in 1887.
The second site, Hawa Mahal was built in 1799 AD by Maharaja Pratap Singh. It was originally designed for the Royal ladies to watch and enjoy the procession and other activities on the street below without being seen.