Sugan Niwas Palace
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... comes to ecclesiastical construction. Even their models can blow your
mind! We took numerous photos but the lighting conditions were far from ideal.
Our views were only through rather grubby windows while there were also outside
windows behind us. This meant lots of reflections which hampered the results
somewhat. Even so we think the shots we managed to take represent the amazing
scene well enough.
So, this day had started, like many others in India, ...
... Kingfisher wrapped in newspaper to go back with. Loosing at cards is somehow easier to take when you've got a beer. For my last day in Jaipur I went to the impressive Hawa Mahal and Amber fort, via an unregulated local bus that tried to over charge us in the same manner the Auto drivers do, arguing the whole way and having to push the guy out of the doorway before giving them the money I was willing to pay. In the Hawa Mahal I managed to pull a small 300 year old wooden door ...
Three days ago we went to the Raj Mandir Cinema to see a Bollywood movie and it was amazing. We waited an hour in line to get our tickets. Everywhere in India there are separate lines for women and men so my dad and Félix waited by the wall while my mom and I were in line.We watched the movie Happy New Year. It was in Hindi but we understood the story. It was really funny. The theatre was divided into different sections ...
... however, happily let us in for 50 rupees (50p) and Raju and I were among 100 people if that. The scenery was breath taking ! We were there at sunset and although it was a little hazy, it was beautiful. Children were flying kites there, the warm wind was blowing while Raju and I drank tea.
7 hair washes later and I am still coloured. My hair is like a set of traffic lights crimson red, emerald green and my own designer amber - blonde no 9 with 30 vol
Perfecto day number 4!
... Later in the afternoon and the next day, 6 non-Thai travelers joined us and I became a member of that group.
The groups segregated into two groups with different intentions, expectations and cultures. ...