This trip came quick on the heels of previous trip to Agra. There was only a two week gap between the trips. But this was a pure city trip with very little driving around. So the trip was expected to be an easy one. The group was the same as the last trip - Pranav, Manoj, Aparna and Manoj's mum.
We took the Pune Jaipur train leaving Pune at 3:20pm. Since Pranav threw up both the trains on the Agra trip, we gave him half an Avomine. The went off incident free.
Train reached Jaipur on time (little before 2pm). It was a long journey. Pranav woke up very early. He is very excited in train nowadays and at the first break of sleep, he starts playing. Since he woke up early, he slept for an hour in the train. The adults were very tired at the end of the trip. Pranav seemed normal. We rested for rest of the day.
We took an auto to check out the city sights. We saw Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar and City Palace. We had cooked lunch for Pranav which we fed him at the Palace. Pranav was very well behaved today. We rested for a couple of hrs around noon and went to Nahargarh in the evening.
We took a taxi to Amber Fort and did a guided tour. After feeding Pranav a banana, we went to Jaigarh. We fed him home-cooked lunch there and returned to hotel around 1pm. After a couple of hrs, we went to Royal Gaitor. Pranav was very happy running around there. The only scare of the day was when Pranav came precariously close to a open well tank when running around in Royal Gaitor.
We took an auto and checked out Sisodia Garden, Galta Mandir and City Museum. We fed Pranav at the museum. Manoj went for the Sound and Light show in the evening while the rest rested at the hotel.
Took a long (2 hr) taxi ride to Abhaneri. Spent an hour at the step-well. On the way back, we took a long break for lunch. Pranav did very well on the trip.
We took the morning train back to Pune. Train left Jaipur at 9:15 am.
Long train journey ended at 8am. Again, the only trouble was Pranav waking up at 3am and playing through the rest of the journey. No Avomine was given on the return journey.