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The mirror work is extraordinary in the Sheesh Mahal which according to its name glows with thousands of pieces of mirror. The moment a ray of sun or moon falls on these mirrors, the entire palace begins to radiate.
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We begin our day with an excursion to the Amber Fort a magnificent structure perched on top of the hill. We will reach the top of the fort by riding elephants while soaking the timeless beauty of Jaipur. One of the most exquisite creations in the Amber Fort is the Sheesh Mahal (Palace of Mirrors), its walls are covered with tiny mirrors and when …
... camera, but worth the 200 rupees. Then we packed up and 2 hour bus ride to Orcha. Orcha palace sunset and Hindu temple - to be continued The next morning, we went to the same restaurant where we had dinner the previous night, because we had spotted the banana and nutella pancakes on the menu. It was soo good with masala chai tea and the prices were ridiculously cheap. We walked back to the hotel to pack up our bags for check out. Our CEO ...
... boat for 10 persons strapped on the roof; 6 paddles; 10 life jackets; and 11 people....true story!!! And off we went. After about 5 minutes, our epic driver put his strobe light on and cranked up some serious Punjab tunes. Cruising through the town we were met by some very confused locals....finally we had arrived. A shower shared by all (not simultaneously:)) and it was time for off....an overnight train to Varanasi lay in wait....... PS: more pics on their way ...
... year, after 20 years of marriage. They had an incredible life together, were each other's best friend, and travelled all over the world. So there is story everywhere here, and each is touching, but for me, today was about Lee...and boy was she hiding around every corner. Namaste (It's how you greet here. You also put your hands together in prayer and bow your head. If you meet someone, it's a way of saying.."I see you for you and welcome you in ...
... on the bus. We had such a blast and almost weren't paying attention when the rains finally started. It came down with force, but it was all over by the time we arrived at the hotel. The hotel that we are staying at is a converted palace. It is stunningly beautiful and has kept much of the same architecture and elements that made it so stunning in its time. It now belongs to the king of this region, who decided a few years ago to turn it into a hotel and maximize the enjoyment of the ...