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A really nice place tucked away by the lake with some awesome espresso coffee ! Rooms have a great view and are clean though basic ! price was 1800 for Sep 2013 and only three rooms with a good view so do book in advance..
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... little heat is ok. Well talk about mouth burning fire food. Shaunas is so hot it cannot be eaten. So its sent back and this time its eadible. Mine was a little to hot, but i managed to eat half. We finished with ice cream to cool the palates.
The hotel is away from the road, so it was a very peaceful night and we both slept well. We have now covered about 1600ks of which took us very close to the Pakistan border. Many times we would see or hear ...
... ones. We now have 2 news pups to look after (Maddie has gone back to her family). The new ones are two boys and they are called Starsky and Hutch. They were both in accident which ended in their back right paws being ripped off! Starsky had his leg amputated today and is doing well but is a little confused. Hutch will have his done when ...
... a nice rickshaw driver who was holding a sign, "Jason and Jess."
While we waited for our room to become available, Jason and I ate breakfast on the rooftop overlooking Pichola Lake, the City Palace, centuries-old temples, and the picturesque Aravalli Hills. It was from enjoying this view for a few minutes that I thought how lovely it would be to spend the next week eating our meals up here.
... Feeling safer that they were at least tied to something, I had a go at sitting on the little "seat" and getting the bulls to go round and round. After a few more hours drive in the bus (sleep for some of us), we arrived into Udaipur, known as the Venice of the east. The hotel we were staying in here was absolutely beautiful and set up high on a hill and had beautiful views back over the city. Deciding to go with the easy option for dinner, we ate at the hotel ...
... or at least wished for better.
After 2 hours of gazing across the Indian outback, we snaked our way up through the mountains and arrived at Kumbalgarh fort. Dominating the mountain range, it's seriously impressive. Jack continues to be amazed at how many massive forts India has and one thing's for sure, our eyes have certainly been opened to India's long and chequered history of power struggles.
We walked up to the top of the fortress ...