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Today has been a day of contrasts: the foul-tasting sulphurous air of Vapi compared to the relatively fresh crisp desert air of Jaipur; temperatures in the high thirties down to ones in the high teens; the bleak slummy hovels of Mumbai compared to the mansions and palaces here in the Pink City; the kids begging and starving on the street, compared …
Our elephant – Lahsmana – was quite a bit smaller and daintier than all the other elephants, but she was very fast. I seem to have the knack of riding on animals that want to be the leader, and little Lahsmana overtook half a dozen bigger girls on the steepest part of the climb, so she could be in front. (We did get pretty close to some …
The first full day in Jaipur started early, we were on the bus by 8 am. Our first stop was to see the Palace of the Wind. It isn't really a palace but a beautiful fašade created so that the palace women could watch the activity in the city without being seen. It was also our first encounter with the hawkers, but because of the short time of our …
Gypsies and Palaces
The bus trip from Delhi to Jaipur included some interesting side trips. Because we traveled on Sunday morning, the traffic was not too bad, but it is strange to share the road with autorickshaws and camels. On the way out of Delhi we passed through the suburb of Gurgeon, which is one of the major call centers in …
Jaipur is a great change of pace to Mumbai. It has a population of only about 3 million people, so it is a lot less crowded. The vehicle honking is as crazy as Mumbai, but it feels more like a smaller city. There aren't too many high rise buildings because they would probably collapse easier. One note about why the buildings are in such bad shape …
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