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... the tummy cramps only last an hour or so.
We wake up at 7:30 and go outside the room for breakfast. We meet up with some travelers that we have crossed paths with before. Two English/Australians, they are off today for the North and he is not well. Something he ate I guess. We are now going off to do a walking tour of this city and from the sound of the traffic outside that will be interesting
... costing £5! On arrival in Jaipur we were followed the whole way to the prepaid Rickshaw stand by a young indian man wanting our business from the booth. He took us to our first stop - chit chat guesthouse, which was a refreshing surprise compared to our last hostel. Our large room had windows, a modern TV and a clean shower/toilet with a nice stone marble-like ...
... eco friendly. We received a brief overview then got to experience for ourselves! Since we had done a little bit of wood block printing previously we all felt more confident in our stamping abilities. We had the option of five patterns, most of us chose to do an elephant, due to our love of the animal. After the block printing we were able to check out some pottery being made. Jaipur is known for their beautiful ...
... the fort – instead we just walked. The fort was ok (I'm getting a bit sick of them to be honest) but the walls snaking all over the hills were pretty cool. We didn’t get any sort of guide for this fort, so we spent a fair while just wandering through the maze of rooms. When we arrived back at the hotel I got to open the parcel mum had sent (with string and wax seal added), yay for marmite and vitamins.
Next day we tried to do the ...
... village guesthouse to hike 30min up a mountainside in his village, Sunapur, and watch the sunset. As we were approaching the top there was a small Hindu temple with 2 worshippers listening to local music and getting ready to watch the sunset as well. We were warmly welcomed and painted red on our foreheads to symbolize that we had visited the temple that day. Our new friend soon hurried us onwards to the peak of the mountain in order to get the perfect view for the most ...