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Travel Blogs from Udaipur
29/1/2008 Traveling to Udaipur Janice was not well in the early hours of the morning (vomiting and diarrhoea), so we took it easy, and Janice rested, sleeping on and off in the back seat all the way to Udaipur, 270 kms southwards. We put it down to an 'off' egg in the 2nd omelette she had the night before as she said it had tasted different and not …
We had heard a lot about Udaipur from tourists – they told us the city was a 'not to miss' in Rajasthan, and because of Carrie’s tight schedule, we had to chose between the sparkling city of lakes, Udaipur, or the Jewel of the Desert – Jasilneer. In Jasilneer we could take a camel safari – two, three days into the desert, …
Days 153 to 155
Pulling into Udaipur's train station at 7AM, we quickly got confirmation from some of the locals that this was indeed our stop, so we grabbed our packs and walked out onto the platform. We met an English guy at the Jaipur station last night, so the 3 of us shared a tuk-tuk into town, where Jill and I checked into Jheel …
... strategicznych (nie bedziemy tym kanibalom organizowac uczty).
Zaobserwowano wyjatkowo wielki okaz. Spryciarzowi udalo sie uciec.
Czy cos po mnie lazi...?
Karaluchy pod poduchy. Glupie powiedzenie, ale dzisiaj pasuje swietnie. Na plecaku, na stoliku nocnym, na szybie... Inwazja? Kontratak? Przedzial zaczyna przypominac kuchnie akademika w Petersburgu.
India- It is Tuesday, August 16th, my second full day in Udaipur. I love it so much here. It is a very cultural city, with many offerings of cooking, dancing, painting, and music classes. It's also very clean, and the lake is glimmering, shimmering in the lights of palaces and hotels that dot along it. Bells are ringing in the distance, and Rupa, my teacher-chef, is chatting away in the kitchen with his staff as he prepares my food. I will come back to the story of Rupa later, after ...