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 …
... fun! And there are 1000 phito hawks who take your picture and then try to sell it to you once your off so we have some of those for basically a dolla. After getting off Lucky, we got to go into a Kali temple and get blessed. I was excited! This guide was Hindu and wanted to come with us so the three of us (Care's dad isn't big on religion and Jeanie stayed with him in the door alcove with our shoes) went in and rang the bell and looked and the modern pictures on the wall. One was ...
... Also I remember waking up and looking down at the nearby river, where hundreds of people were "going to the bathroom" along the river bank. The traffic on my trip was indeed chaotic, with cars, buses, elephants, tuk tuks, cows, bicycles, scooters, goats, dogs all fighting for their piece of the road, horns all blaring. Well, from what we saw yesterday not much has changed.
We made our way through the chaos in about 30 minutes to the ...
... however, keeping up with the storyline was not difficult as it followed a simple pattern of boy meets girl, boy and girl don't get on, boy and girl realise they love each other! Also, although most of the film was in Hindi, every now and again, random sentences would be said in English, which is apparently quite common. The word 'anyway' was also said a lot! This helped us to keep up with the highly developed plot line! Laura ...
... family. An Indian man and his father greeted us upon arrival. From the moment we walked in we were made to feel welcome. He offered us a cuppa cha (get used to me saying that, I drank A LOT of tea) and sat us down in the living area to sign legal check-in documents. It was like going from home to home, the living area was filled with loads of old and new ornaments, gifts from travellers, old books and had traditional Indian decor. ...