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Jet Set to Jaipur: Part 9 – Conclusion and Blog Giveaway

Jet Set to Jaipur: Part 9 – Conclusion and Blog Giveaway

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My family and I loved visiting Jaipur, India!  It’s very unique and unlike many other places I’ve visited.  We rode our 1st elephant, toured century old forts, and scored some excellent shopping finds!

Conclusion And Blog Giveaway
You Could Win a Gift Pack With Some of Our Neat Shopping Finds From Jaipur!

Jet Set to Jaipur Trip Report Index:

Two lucky winners will receive:

Gift Pack #1

  • Tribal tote bag
  • Hand-rolled flower paper envelopes
  • Assorted peacock notecards
  • Indian bangles
  • Goddess keychain
  • Arveda incense sticks

Gift Pack #2

  • Handmade patchwork wall hanging
  • Peacock coin bank
  • Decorative picture frame set
  • Assorted flower notecards
  • Elephant coin purse
  • Assorted decorative envelopes
  • Indian bangles

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Angkor Wat!

Angkor Wat!

Taj Mahal!

Great articles and pictures. If you do get a chance, please visit South India also. South India is incredibly beautiful and has great architecture, temples and beaches. I am from south india and never visited north india. Love to visit jaipur

I’ve just returned to India and have the following observations:

1. Don’t go there in winter – too much smog

2. Taj Majal is currently being renovated

3. Amritsar is worth visiting not just for the Zgo,den Temple but also for the Wagah border closing ceremony

4. Got to Ranthambore National Park to see the tiger

5. Brush your teet using bottled water

Finally, just to put a more objective image of India across, be prepared to be confronted by the overpopulated, poor, uneducated nation with a history stemmed mostly in the era when they were ruled by Islamc Kings

And have a lot of change as everyone wants a tip. You will probably end up with a lot of junk, more than this website is giving away.

Whatever you do please ding order Chicken Kiev – live a little and gave proper Zinfandel food instead. Chickens Kiev… I can’t believe the food you were ordering…

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