Lake View Villa
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... mighty edifice moulds into the next. Still we should complain!
One morning we went for a walk around town. Cathy, as ever, was upset at the sight of the abject poverty. We found small children washing themselves in the lake alongside the obligatory cow, copious amounts of cow dung and piles of old rubbish. Having visited India many years ago, complete with long hair, beard and a rucksack, this comes as no surprise to me. For Cathy the situation is ...
... meal ever in the train station and an only slightly less foul meal on the train, we actually got a decent nights sleep on what was a 20 hour journey in total from Palolem.
Udaipur was a delight. Quiet with a placid lake, two magnificent islands and beautiful old havellis surrounding the lake, Lake ...
... I don't think many people know about it other than the locals which suited us. It was fab to have Martin there to get snaps of me and Niomi together for once. I did feel a bit bad keep asking him but we had to make the most of it! I think he quite like playing photographer. At sunset we climbed up to the highest point in the palace and climbed what I thought to be the best spot to watch the sky turn from night to day. We sat with our legs dangling over the edge and ...
... on the opposite side of the alleyway. This café was very westernized. We had fabulous sandwiches (me veg, James bacon and egg) on freshly baked bread – they were awesome and we had many more during our stay in Udaipur.
The rest of the day was just spent exploring the streets. We were approached by the man who owned the tailor next door to the awesome café to have a look into his shop at tailor made suits and coats. James had planned on getting ...
Up for a late breakfast and off by 10 with Mr. Devraj. The landscape changed from desert to plains to hills to mountains. It was all rather pleasant. The clothing also changed as women wore neon coloured saris with chains from their ears to huge bejewelled nose rings. The men had outrageously bright eye catching turbans and looked fantastic. We picked up our guide on the way who was about 4'6 and had an ego that tried ...