Royal Ramiro Residency
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... busy, Tuk Tuks driving up the road, bikes, cars, food everywhere, stalls everywhere and of course cows, lots of them. My first tuk tuk ride was extremely fun, I honestly think if you get a good price for the journey these are the best for traveling round as you get to see the streets of India too. Definitely think Britain should invest in these as the new way to travel round. This first sight of the 'Real India' will stick with me, it was like being in a ...
... lovely white shirt. Quite the shopping experience. With a bow and a thank you, the tailor was off and Barry was left standing in his new suit, I thought for sure he was going to wear it for the rest of the day! We thoroughly enjoyed our time in Jaipur, our heritage hotel and the beautiful sights. Sanpat who worked on the front desk, was a gracious host whose helpfulness was endless and with such warmth. When we were checking out he wanted a picture with Sir (Barry), he ...
... us that what the shuttle ticket guy told us was rubbish, and he accompanies us back there and demands an explanation. He gets very angry with them, and shouts abuse. Then he takes us to a different stop, tells us that our shuttle tickets are good for the public bus which will arrive here shortly, and will drop us off at the domestic terminal.
And so it transpires. And of course the terminal was indeed open. We settle down for the long night.
... and perhaps some things for the home, which we don't have by the way, he points us down the road and hails a tuk tuk for us for 10 rupees, where a man named Babu drives us to a place called Central Craft Cottage Industries. This place made us excited and we knew, looking at the goods, that this could be "dangerous". Containing four air conditioned floors of exotic merchandise from around India, we drop by each level to check everything out. Each floor, dedicated to ...
... trip, which were chicken tikka masala and kesala phirlna (rice pudding). We are leaving today. It's been real, India!
Sophia: The first thing I'm doing when I get home is taking a hot shower and crawling into my own bed. Although I've fallen in love with India I miss the luxuries of home and now that I know I'll be home soon I miss it even more. Although, I haven't had much time ...