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... the streets and hung out at the gateway of
India for a bit. We also found a cinema and decided to see a
bollywood film. 'Queen' was just starting so we went for it and it
was really good; mostly in Hindi with some English and French thrown
in but you didn't need to understand the talking to know what was
On our second day in Mumbai we went for a tour of the
largest slum in Mumbai. Unsure of what to expect and not wanting to
Today we had no driver or guide, so we were to come up with our own itinerary. The morning began with the usual super sized breakfast. We ate it up and then enjoyed our chai teas on the rooftop looking out onto the lake. The first part of our day began watching local women washing their clothes by the lakeside. We got a few good snapshots and then walked to our first main sight of the Jackdesh temple. Again, shoes come off, we wander around, watch people chanting ...
... 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 ...
... sized hand carved Ganesha, made of mango wood. For dinner,we again went to O-zen and this time we watched The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel. We spent most of the rest of the day walking in the area, looking at store items and snacking, and enjoying the views. Near our hotel is a temple, Jagdish, which has fantastic carvings on all the exterior walls, which we also visited. On our remaining day in Udaipur, we went for a cooking class. We learned how to make chai, ...
... toilets both times ha! Not the first time this trip either. Go YouTube! We passed quarry after quarry of Rajastani stone. Vaibhav says it is very good quality and his father ordered some for their home. It came out in big flat sheets and there was literally miles of the stuff. We stopped at Kota for a light lunch. It was a mall in a university zone. Another 200,000 potential engineers. A foreigner was uncommon and I attracted a bit of attention. I ...