The Raj Palace Grand Heritage Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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I went for an early morning swim to wake up and then had a shower. We then set off for a 5 hour trip today. We stopped for lunch at Midway Lodge.
We also stopped at Fatehpur Sikri which is a town surrounded on 3 sides by a wall and a man made lake. The Raj built it in honour of a wiseman who had blessed him so that he would get a baby boy. It …
... sua cabeça 24 horas por dia e acho que só vai sair quando eu for embora da India.
Jaipur é uma cidade bem grande, com 5 milhões de habitantes e conhecida como “cidade rosa”, pois em 1876 o Marajá que fundou a cidade mandou pintá-la toda de rosa para receber o Principe de Gales (aqui deixo aberto para reflexões…rs). Jaipur é a primeira cidade planejada da India e no passado foi a capital da realeza. Bem, também no passado talvez ela també tenha ...
... like there was a heavy pit in it and my body was feeling tired. I decided to wait out the last 15 minutes of the tour in the shade. There was no point in pushing my body to do more than it wanted to do. By the time the group caught up to me I was finished another litre of water, and we took jeeps back from the entrance of the fort back down to our bus. As a group we decided our next stop was going to be a small lunch break. The afternoon was up to us to spend however we ...
... in total, ran up and across the mountain, resembling the Great Wall of China. We arrived at a lake at the base of a mountain ridge lined with the wall, its palisades looking like tiny teeth against a clear blue sky. The wall joined two complexes - one a fort and the other a Mughal palace.
We fortunately happened upon the shooting of an Indian tv show from the south. Actors primped and practiced their lines in elaborate costumes against the stunning ...
We met our driver, Kamel, at about 10:00 as we were going on a tour of Jaipur today. We also had a guide which I'm thankful for as I don't think we'd have stood a chance trying to get around on our own, mainly because it was so busy and we didn't even know what we wanted to see. It's also good as he had a lot of knowledge on the things we went to, even if at times I'm sure he was winging it. Hawa Mahal (The Palace of Winds) was the first stop. We ...