Lake Ghat Guest House
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A 3 for the looks but a big 5 for the feel
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... egg bhurji, where the actual **** have you been my whole life? I was first introduced to this wonder conjured from unfertilised chook spawn and magic when I got egg envy watching Sage eat his breakfast at Mt Abu. I'd looked down at my bog standard omelette, over at his scrambled concoction of amazingness and joy and contemplated the logistics of stabbing him in the hand with my ...
... reconstructed. A drummer accompanied some singers. Incense and garlands were about. There were carvings on most of the interior columns, the floor of irregular chunks of marble. A bell suddendly clanged, leading to a bit of a frenzied atmosphere inside. Richard is no longer an Indian temple virgin, describing same as ...
... a beautifully carved 18th century marble alcove watching the sun go down, looking across to the City Palace and the havellis. Just perfect. We went back to the room only to find out they had left us some Hennessy and some beautiful chocolates. What service! Our bonus day saw us with even more decadence - after our own pond side table for breakfast, more poolside bliss, double brandies and backgammon, cocktails, an ancient Indian Vedic horoscope - man ...
... doesn't show) to AC1, 2, 3 and Chair
(where those who can afford it and most tourists go). For the AC
classes they book all seats and then they allow people to book as a
reserve (wait-listed) who will then get bumped up to confirmed when
people pull out – and we have been told if you wait-listed 1-20
then you'll more than likely get on. There are also tickets called
Talkal tickets though, that are saved and released only one to two
days before at ...
... behind James, and his camel pooed 9 times in a 2 hour period!).
Saying that the trip was a lot of fun. We stopped at a village for a quick look around (it was pretty deserted, but apparently houses about 100 people in the monsoon season when they plant and cultivate crops), and passed through another, where we just stopped to water our camels. We stopped for several hours in the middle of the day to enjoy lunch in the shade, and rest through the ...