Lalghat Guest House
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I missed my train from Ajmer to Udaipur by 5 minutes because of a naughty Indian boy and my own stupidity; he said he would pick me up in the morning and give me a ride to the station but he didn't show up by which point it was cutting it too fine to make the 20km by bus....balls, balls and balls!
Booked my cattle class seat on the next train 7 …
... some illness. A couple of us were to have our turn later.
Our safari trek took us to another sector of the park: up on a plateau. Apparently a male and female tiger were spotted in this area yesterday and the guide felt this was the place to be. The 3 hours in the jeep proved to be futile: no tiger sighting and limited antelope etc sightings. Most of this time was sitting and waiting at a ...
... get Talkal/tourist tickets. Really try to
know the distance and rough costs of short trips in tuktuks to avoid
being ripped off dramatically; knowledge is power!
Yes, we have really enjoyed travelling
on the trains in India so far and loved celebrating Holi. Udaipur is
one of our favourite places in India so far, and so would definitely
recommend a visit here. We'd also highly recommend Reality Tours in
Mumbai to see and learn what you wouldn't think about ...
... the next day.....I bet that will be some wedding! The palace looked amazing just from the outside and as we walked around the side we came out right next to the lake, it was such a nice setting. People were queuing for boat rides across the lake but we decided to have a walk through the gardens instead. They were pristine and it was so nice to see palm trees! That night we went back to the same roof ...
... night so after dinner we took a seat on the side of the road where they had roped off a performance area. Large Indian women in their colourful and beautiful saris came and sat beside us, pushing us so we were actually really crammed together. We watched the locals worship their gods with song and dance and then we spent probably about two hours watching them perform a dance with sticks. There was so many people taking part and watching - it was ...