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... to see people washing their clothes and look at a couple of the little temples that were there as well. Heading back to the car we passed through the narrow streets filled with shops, cows and the blaring horns of scooters trying to get by and it really was a very nice little walk through a very neat town.
After another nice evening at the hotel we were ready to leave the beautiful city of Udaipur and head to Mumbai for a quick 24 hours!
Until Next Time, David and Bree ...
... aufgeteilt ist, serviert. Dieser wird von acht verschiedenen Kellner, die quer durch den ganzen Raum laufen, nacheinander gefüllt. Sobald sich eine Speise dem Ende nähert, eilen die Kellner sofort herbei, um diese nach zu füllen. Kein Tisch bleibt länger als fünf Minuten leer, da der Andrang der einheimischen Bevölkerung so groß ist. Ich hatte groß gerade einen freien Platz zu bekommen. Dies muss definitiv für das Lokal sprechen. Auch sehe ich nur einen einzigen Tisch mit ...
... so they wouldn't bash in the doors, an elephant tug of war area, short doors to trick enemies so you could cut their heads off and more. We explore quite a few rooms and courtyards but one of my favorite areas was the display of how they would put elephant like masks on their horses in war so that the elephants would think they were baby elephants and not attack. There were also some very ornate rooms and we could see the actual living quarters of some of the not ...
... we needed not even ask: they clearly were constructing Christmas ornaments. We also learned that customers prefer the imperfections of hand-printing to the ease of sheet printing and that blue pottery, unique to Jaipur is, unusually, fired only once.
When not visiting factories, we learned about Jaipur's rich medieval history (Indians call the Mughal Empire medieval, even though it occurred from 1526 to 1707.) The Amber Fort has an ...
... br> We ventured off down a laneway. Richard actually took a few pix, maybe the pull of being a traveler consuming the tourist? Hmmm, this little stretch was also described as interesting. That is a word used when one either does not know what to say or does not want supposedly to offend the questioner. The tourist ...