Hotel Sarang Palace
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... but I needn't have worried. Elefantastic is situated in a government purpose built elephant village. Rahul, the owner, has 24 elephants, 6 of whom are rescued from circuses. All of the elephants look really healthy, none are chained and their riders NEVER use a pick!! Our driver picked us up just before 12 noon and after pointing out a few sights on the way in the Pink City - more like terracotta, more than we has seen the night before on our 'guided tour', we arrived ...
... beliefs. It was going to be a long day, beam me up scotty. Early on in our journey Imran took a call from his family, apparently his father was ill and was having to go to the hospital - there ensued details about how Imran was the main provider in the family, not just his own children but that of the extended family of his own and his wife’s. Not unusual in India for sure but following the next thirty six hours with Imran ...
... and we got a taxi back to Ajmer for the 2 hour train ride to Jaipur, Rajistan's Capital. The easy train ride saw us arrive around 2pm. As we've been travelling north people are becoming more aggressive in their offering of services. This was the case here, as soon we got off, a guy followed us everywhere, pointing exits out and where the taxis were. We literally couldn't shake him and he knew where the hotel was we booked and offered to take us ...
... Serious shopping damage happened yeir. Care stayed home to rest and such, we dropped M. Francis at the book market and Jeanie and I went everywhere in Jaipur that wear could buy thing. I spent my allotment well - a brown and gold salvar kamise, green tika, bangles to match all of my outfits, an anklet, presents and a deity of the golden Durga on her tiger that i came to India in quest of. Yay. At lunch we went to a cafe where our driver, Kashar, ...
... a collection of strange sculptures but each on is a very large astronomical measuring instrument. Although they do have different purposes for measuring angles they're a bit like gigantic sundials - the bigger they are the more precision you get. Being Saturday the place was very busy with hordes of locals, the admission price for Indians is very cheap. After that I went to the Hawa Mahal were the royal women could watch out over the city and into the palace areas. It's a ...