India Trip Day 8: 16km Route March

After all that unnecessary drama from the day before, I’ve decided that this day I will not engage in any Tuk-tuks or rides that will ‘alter’ my itinerary for that day. Walking it is!

For day 8, I went to the city centre of Jaipur, known as the Pink city. There were several things to do, particularly the Pink city, Hawa Mahal and Albert Hall Museum.

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The walk is painful, but…

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Hawa Mahal

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Albert Hall Museum

Jaipur is also famously known for its Lassi. The place was recommended by Big Hyung during my Jaisalmer trip! He told me it’s a must-try and it really did not disappoint!

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Lassi Wala!

After exploring these several places, I got back to my hostel and rest until my next train to my next city, Agra. At this point, my knee is killing me. And, all I wanted was just food and lots of plain water hahaha!

It gets quite surreal; knowing the fact that I’ve been out here for such a long time alone and I could really get used to it! But, good things do come to an end, and fun times runs really quickly..

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Night Light

TO BE CONTINUED…

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Author: Ying Jie

Hello everyone! My name is Ying Jie. I am a full time student in University of Liverpool, under going its Criminology and Security programme as an undergraduate. Currently based in Singapore. Born and raised in Singapore, I studied for most parts of my life. I enlisted into the Singapore Army in 2014 and went through its Basic Military Training. Subsequently, I was posted to Singapore's Army Officer Cadet School as an Officer Cadet Trainee, training to become a future leader of the Singapore Armed Forces. I successfully commissioned in July 2015 and continue to serve my army times in Officer Cadet School as a trainer until August 2017. I enrolled into my current degree programme on that same year, and learnt a lot about culture, society and perspectives in terms of criminality and societal expectations. Through this blog, I hope to be able to share my stories and opinions through traveling and local perspective.

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