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Post NID - Jaipur

You can't escape weddings in India. Those End Polio Now volunteers who opted to add a holiday to Agra and Jaipur on after the Rotary work, found that they had to reverse the direction around the Golden Traiangle and go to Jaipur first. At this hotel there was another pre-nuptial party in full swing on the evening that we arrived. It took ourminds off the fact that the hot water was not much better than tepid.

Stuart Armstrong (RC of Gerrards Cross & Chalfont St Peter) was lucky indeed... his superb suite opened onto this central lawned area and also onto the swimming pool.