Lake View Villa
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... up stories to entertain you all instead.
Headed back to the city late morning with Teresa, from Germany, and Kate and Mike, from Melbourne. We went to lunch at a cafe overlooking the whole city and the lake - it was a rooftop bar and, for a while, was quite cooling - a welcome relief, as my shoulders, knees and every other part of my body that had to be covered, were sweating quite profusely, as per over here. Anyway, I had to pop to the loo after drinking copious ...
... Looking at the palace; it lived to its reputation! It was quite a site. More interesting was the fact that it was built over a period of nearly 400 years being contributed by several kings of the dynasty.
Flamboyant in style blending Medieval, European and Chinese Architecture, it was built on a hill top like most of the forts and palaces here ...
... exits the sea in a way that makes the straight women and gay men in the audience slide off their chairs. I didn't realise just how ******* cheesy they are. Don't get me wrong, I like a bit of cheese with my international blockbuster, but I did cringe a bit when he handed a wad of cash to an Indian agent with the words, "Here you go, that should keep you in curry for a while." And is it just ...
... thing to be when driving around India. Off we set for what turned out to be an almost seven hour journey, not helped by many roadworks, diversions and as we got closer to Udaipur, the local government election processions. India has over 3.3 million kilometers of roadways which are often far from well developed and I read somewhere that the country holds the world record for deaths caused in road accidents. Most of ...
... wrote this about the crocodiles after a sojourn in a punt on the lake: The crocodiles found here as in other inland lakes of India, is a formidable animal. It attains a great size, and the people who inhabit the shores of the lake occasionally fall victim to its savage attacks........Since the English Residency has been established at Oudeypoor, and the Rana, overcoming the ridiculous ...