Hotel Aashiya Haveli
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Back in the glass drivers cabin of the local bus on the way to Udaipur I was pleased to see this particular driver maintained his cabin like a medical practice. It was spotless, and he would not tolerate shoes on seats and litter. He was a great driver as well, much more controlled than the others, although he did like to roll his chewing tobacco …
... load of
people, so then we would have literally been hanging out except we
managed to stay squished inside. We then nearly missed our night
train thinking the one pulled up was not ours (some people said it
was, others said it wasn't) but finding out with two minutes to spare
that it was! Another relatively comfortable night occurred with Paul
in a side bed and myself in a compartment with an older lady (who,
like so many it seems, had no ...
... for the museum, camera for the museum, entrance into the lake complex, and for the boat ride. I guess it is their way of being able to get more money off us without it feeling like it’s a rip-off.
On the 14th we went for a walk around some of the villages in the area surrounding Udaipur. We organized this through a home stay based a little way out of town. They organized an auto rickshaw to come and pick us up from our hotel (which ...
... scale tourist spot had an entry fee and then the ridiculous overpriced camera fee. To which I refused paying, the old sneaky camera manoeuvre will be required but saving $6 is worth it. So we entered the huge outer courtyard before entering the main palace area. Unfortunately I was too trigger happy and had the camera out and security wouldn't let me in without paying the camera fee. I refused and left my camera at the designated lockup. This ...
So on Day 3 , We reached Udaipur.
This was a place where we all wished we had come earlier . I'll fall short of adjectives to explain how beautiful the city is. There are two huge lakes , Pichola and fatehsagar on whose banks the city is built (Or I guess the lakes were made after the city was made, Whatever ! ) . Add to ...