Rajasthan Palace Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... gardens, and a few cheeky selfies didn't go a miss! An hour later we drop off our tour guide, and begin the 6 hour drive to Jaipur, with our driver who can't speak a word of English... Awkward. Finally we arrive at our hotel in Jaipur, head out for a stroll in town which is cut short by a fast sunset, grab a tuk-tuk back and brave a dodgy looking curry for dinner, ...
... carpets, we skipped the showroom and headed back to our lovely hotel.
In preparation for photographing the Taj Mahal by moonlight, that night Shyam and I experimented with moon photography and surprised ourselves at how much detail we managed to photograph despite hand-holding the camera! (Tripods are not allowed at the Taj Mahal). We were quite thrilled with our results.
We had dinner at the fine-dining ...
... us all laugh. When we come out we get accosted by a group of beggars, Harriet accidentally treads on one of their feet which makes them even more aggressive and i lose my temper and shout at them. Harriet cries and we decide to explore the jewellers of Jaipur to find a replacing engagement ring as the one she chose originally has made her finger green. After a culturally enriching meal of a KFC we visit about 100 ...
... associated with India. There is street music and dancing everywhere and camels, elephants, horses, and bull carts constantly parade around the whole place giving people rides.There was a random Durga temple at the top of a hill though, so that was a cool surprise. We rode the scariest ferris wheel in the world. They made it go super fast like we were on a roller coaster or something, it was smoking, and there was nothing holding you in the basket. We ...
... look old and are likely lightly used.
We disembarked and went through Indian customs/immigration which wasn't too difficult, although they seem to be very bureaucratic, with three or four people involved to do one job. We were the only plane at the ramp at this airport. Agra has about 3.5M residents in a country with 1.5 billion souls. Our drive on motor coaches through Agra was a bit shocking for some of our group, who had never ...