Hotel Blue Sapphire
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... put their hand on my shoulder, smile, and speak who knows what language as if I knew what they were saying. We also passed these children I will never forget. They looked like little lost children. They were so rugged and dirt, but for some reason not in a way that makes me feel sad. To me, I felt like they were happy and living the only life they knew. They were with a group of friends smiling and causing trouble as they run from ...
... ground of the biggest Mosquitos ever! Think baby DaddyLong legs ) and some temples. Took a tour of the palace which was well neglected and badly in need if some care. There's the original part and the welcome palace section, which has a small government run hotel in it. Didn't think much of the hotel and as we had some food and it took forever. Even my toast order was the last thing to arrive. Yes at this stage the Delhi Belly came back, it really is awful stuff!! The Welcome ...
... and copious amounts of tea. The perfect way to round off the day.
After failing to move up the waiting list on the train, we squashed ourselves into a small hatchback for the six hour drive to Jaipur on an unfinished motorway. No sooner than we had passed the sign welcoming us to Rajasthan, we spotted a camel, this being the desert after all. Jaipur provided no let up from the intensity that is India. Bustling bazaars, uneven pavements ...
... whole point of my visit, not to spend time drinking chai and listening to Hindi conversation between the project owners. I declared that I was going to find M to talk to her and walked out of the office. The pastor’s wife came out of her bedroom and I asked her if she’d seen M. She said, “Yes, she’s in here, watching television... M! M! Come here!” I said, “No, no, it’s ok, I want to come and watch with her.” She looked a little surprised, ...
... restaurant called the Embassy served a really fantastic array of Indian dishes in a glaringly large proportion that we saved for dinner in the end. But the most exciting part of the day had to be saree-shopping.
I expected we would find rows and rows of saree shops, but we had a surprisingly hard time searching for one. Until in the end we found Uttam's which had two stories of sarees for us to try. They had so many different types of ranges that in the end ...