Hotel H.R. Palace
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... oxen/horses/cows puling carts, bikes, rickshaws, tractors, and pedestrians. I was shocked not to see any accidents on the way here. Another note about transportation- people actually hang off the sides and out the doors of buses- and I thought my commute in Seoul was bad.
Needless to say, we stay off the public buses and stick with the auto trishaws- they are cheap and kind of fun, too (we should use ...
... still have not noticed 'any smells' that we were warned about before coming here. Our first stop of the day was at Dera Amer, a private Rajput farm where we experienced an elephant safari which was so much fun. We fed the elephants bananas first and then for a ride. What gentle animals for sure!!! We Lso saw where the elephants play polo and we were riding on the referee elephant. This is the polo capital of the world. We also found out that ...
... So many people here are genuinely lovely.
Thoughts. Trains stations are extremely busy but when you're waiting for you train there is no hassle, no bother and no requests - lovely. The one place you wouldn't expect it. Trains are always late: our train to Jodhpur was delayed 4 hours. Indians are extremely patient people. The scrubba bag we got for Christmas is the business for washing clothes. They've never smelled so good :)
Until next ...
... around the village, there were loads of water hogs, cows, pigs and goats. The children were so friendly they followed us around and even fetched out 2 baby goats from one of there homes for us to see. There were everything you needed in village, bakery, grocery shop, chemist, barbers shop and sweet shops but it was all like going back in time. Everyone here seemed so happy so it was a nice place to be in. Later that evening the bar opened on the roof of our hotel and we all had ...
... hand written reviews about his services provided to other tourists in the past. At least that's what he said. I politely scanned a few written in English, made my best impressed face and congratulated him. I knew that any second now he would offer to take me around the city as they all do. The score was 4 seconds. I said I would think about it but couldn't decide then as didn't have any plan how to explore Jaipur yet. At the end of my ride I asked him for his contact details ...