Hotel Sarang Palace
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... rupees. You see, you are my first customer of day and it is good luck to sell to first customer. -I will give you 500 rupees. -Hahahahahah! Crazy price. 1000 rupees. -500 rupees. -No no no. 1000 rupees -600 rupees. -Sorry ma'am. I can go no lower than 1000 rupees. - No, thank you (I start to head to the door) - What is your best price, ma'am? -600 rupees. -No, ...
... took us and after almost an hour we arrived at the car park. Abu then acted as our guide and showed us around. There were cows everywhere as there are in Jaipur (all over the streets and roads – they are considered extremely holy and it is a serious offense to kill a cow in India). There were also, as you would expect, Monkeys everywhere. We visited a small temple that paid homage to Hanuman (the Monkey God) before we fed some Monkeys flowers and walked around. The ...
... to rivers to finally Amber Fort.
My first sight of Amber Fort just blew me away. It was spectacular and majestic with its red castle like structure growing out of the hilly ridges like a sleeping dragon. The dragon's tail continues onto nearby hills, so beautifully framed that my first thought was "This must be the great wall of India!" Domestic tourists flock to this popular destination. The very decorated elephant ride up to the fort is ...
... water at a local shop (normal prices). We locate our Ali Baba rickshaw and Ali's dad, then off we go back to town. Back in Jaipur Ali's dad wants to take us to a gem shop. NO shopping, we cry in unison. He's disappointed. Money for me he says, no buying necessary. Yes, we know, but that's why we paid twice the normal fare for this trip, no shopping we reiterate. Any complaints, go kick your son's ass, he promised us no shopping. He gives in gracefully and deposits us back at our ...
... 2. The Pink City- So technically Jaipur IS the Pink City, but we've driven through, and stopped in the Old City where you can see the pink color of the buildings that created the name for the city. We walked around the Johari Bazaar among grocery stores, Sari and Salwar Suit shops, flanked by jewelry stores and flower and fragrance tables where we were actually accosted by people wielding glass perfume tops, a situation which made us smell like a combination of Jasmine, ...