Hotel H.R. Palace
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... meaning tip/payment is on us.The show was ten minutes with a hard sell of the puppets at the end. We tipped them, but declined the puppet. Another lesson learned. Side note- it was pretty cute and the music wasn't' all bad.
We didn't make it to the forts or the monkey temple because of Scott's ankle, but after touring the Jodhpur (our next stop) fort, we don't feel like we are missing anything.
... since January and worked in the Orphanage. The group we were volunteering for was called Sankalp Volunteer and they had several programmes for us to choose for the next few weeks. One was working in an Orphanage looking after children (Government run) and the other options were Women’s Empowerment, teaching in a Government School, or teaching Street Kids in a school that Sankalp ran independently. All three of us chose the Streetkids program as we were initially told it ...
... then fire them in the oven they built themselves. Some fields just have a chimney and a little shelter and a small pile of bricks, others have built houses for the men and families to live in. I forgot to take pics on my phone and until I get my other Ipad back and upload my proper photos to it. It was fascinating. When we stopped for pictures all the children ran up calling me auntie and saying hello, hello. One little girl is A model,in the making, doing the poses ...
... we went to see some carpets being made. The owner of the business showed us how they do block-printing and I was one of the group chosen to “help”. The demonstrations were quite interesting but then we were all invited to have a drink (rum!) and buy a carpet – just the thing to fit in your suitcase on the way home. Predictably nobody bought one so then they took us to their shop and foisted all manner of woven goods on us – some ...
... It was a very surreal experience driving along the manic roads of India in a tuc tuc, music pumping, disco lights going, singing and dancing along to a tune from Grease. It became even more surreal when the driver spent more of his time dancing and singing along with us than looking where we were going and holding the handles.... But as he informed us, "no problem, this is India" and "anything and everything is possible in India". The final song he played for us as ...