Royal Orchid Central Jaipur
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A poor sleep, this time blamed on the f*****g a/c unit 5* wanted [he apparently had a good sleep]. He was so slow arriving for departure he beat only Big Mama down.
Hotel gave us a pseudo-cheese sandwich, a banana and a not quite hard boiled egg as a send off. Rode with the girls and Jenny, the latter throwing out a banana peel, claiming she'd never done such a thing before. She also probably never fell at a railway station soon thereafter, Brahma getting even ...
... with them (they were a Uni Society and last year they had been doing volunteering in Africa where they had no food provided). The few that remained yet again took ourselves out for the day (we didn’t really want to hang around the house with all the students about) and headed over to the Bazaars. We did a lot of looking and some of the girls bought some stuff as well as getting some henna done on their hands. We then planned to go to a hotel and use a pool but when we ...
... are saying). This was clearly one of the downfalls about staying in a remote area!! Nevertheless, we made it home safely before dark to have a relaxing evening of dinner and a movie (bringing a laptop travelling definitely has its perks). We would like to mention that we had a 5 star gourmet chef, Gopi, cooking for us in this village! Over the course of our 3 day stay, we had many a conversation with this humbled man and found out that he had worked for 5 star hotels in the city ...
... way and lots of children begging. Children were coming up to us to shake our hands, shouting Hi Hi, like they all do. We also met a few friendly goats and cows! The view from the top was amazing, you could see the whole of Jaipur, thousands of colourful roof tops and busy market streets. On the way back down we met a not so friendly cow who, for some reason had it in for Luke and decided to head butt him. There were about 10 people around us but this ...
... stopping at Hawa Mahal (even if you didn't know its name, you would probably recognize the looming honeycomb facade of the "Palace of Wind") and Jantar Mantar (a surreal collection of architectural astronomical instruments, some up to 90ft, built early 18th century). The streets of Jaipur seem wider and calmer than the rest of the country, and vehicles seem to honk a little less.
The next two days were spent being shuttled about ...