Sugan Niwas Palace
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This was the moment when our original itinerary was changed.
Some notable alterations were made thanks, as ever, to the trusty Ashwami.
During the first few days of the journey whilst assuming the role of guide, mentor,
stand up comedian and best friend on the sub-continent, he had also listened carefully
to our conversations. Understanding our likes and dislikes, he subsequently
then suggested that perhaps we might prefer a couple of stops to ...
... the most beautiful, kind black faced monkeys. Completely unlike those f'er's that charge you with their barred teeth when you look at them. We also stopped at this one spot that was full of the ******** monkeys and this man who they knew drove up on his motorbike next thing he was swarmed by them. Crawling all over his bike and fighting each other for all the treats he brought them. Some went without while others gorged to their hearts content. At one point on our tour we came across ...
Up after 0530. Imodium use will be necessary after the local family dinner. A shower and then finished the diary for yesterday. Pix for the blog chosen and an aspirin consumed.
I think any Saturday night fever will have to wait. I want to be ready for the Amber Fort the day after as it is a top five place in Rajasthan.
Hard to believe Pam would come to India without any Imodium/equivalent nor anything for the tummy, both of which ailed her yesterday. An ...
... in many jobs that are highly male dominated in the UK. Women in the armed forces and in security jobs are much more visible here. Having high-fived all the children, we took the jeep to a British rule era dam to watch sunset with a cup of masala chai, served from a fold out tray on the wall. It was all very colonial! This evening we had some drinks and dinner on the roof terrace, where you could see the stars so clearly. It is so peaceful here, I wish we could stay another ...
... up for next day long trip to Panipat.
By te time we reached Jaipur from Ahmedabad, self-driven, odometer
showed 675 kilometers. We were looking for a relaxing accommodation to
charge us up for next day trip.
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