Hotel H.R. Palace
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... thick of it on the streets - noise mayhem dust and dirt, hanging out the windows of the van with the hot air in your face. Lovely driver, stopped every now and then for views and sights, allowed the girls to sit in the back - they loved it until they realised the engine was under their bottoms and was piping hot! a whole lot of squeaking goin' on! as we arrived at the red fort we stopped for a photo and 2 men pulled over onto the pavement and got out ...
... May this will get worse as it will hit the early 40s on a regular basis!! Next day we had the usual get up that would soon become routine and then we headed off to School. Sarah was teaching the Alphabet to her children whilst Doug was teaching his class the days of the week. The School has about 40 children, of which almost half of that number are in the 2-4 age group. The 5-9 year olds makes up about 12 and the rest are in the other 2 classes. Break time came and went (Doug ...
... by young men selling luggage chains and padlocks, we definitely didn't need one for a 2 hour journey in the daytime however much they wanted to convince us we did.
We tried to ignore the constant staring an decided to have a chai and a samosa from a kiosk on the platform, the station chai is always so good, but we weren't expecting how good the samosa was - the best ever, so spicy and tasty and didn't contain one pea! We weren't sure where our carriage would arrive ...
... built objects from years ago that can tell the time to the second using shadows from the sun, plus the dates and horoscopes as well. Jewellers - a place with many gems that are cut and shaped by hand. In other words, quick demonstration and then we should get to buying some! Fabric shop - a place to buy hand made carpets and fabrics like Afternoon was spent ...
... ago. A visit to Jaipur is not complete without going to the famed markets, by this stage we were past bargaining so didn't manage to buy anything. There are so many palaces in India, every Maharaja built a huge complex with many rooms and courtyards where he could entertain any one of his many wives. Tomorrow we have been promised a shorter driving day with the afternoon at leisure. Ha, ha, we are yet to experience any leisure ...