Hotel Aashiya Haveli
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Our last long drive with Dhansing was a 6 hour hop to Udaipur. We drove to Ranakpur in the Aravalli hills for a stop around lunchtime. It was a place Dhansing had recommended early on and we should have taken him up on it. The hills are very green, very peaceful, monkeys are everywhere and there are two picturesque lakes. A Jain temple sits at the …
... you guessed it; It tastes Indian. The meat is so Indian we cannot decipher its origin so I call the waiter over. "What is the meat". "Oh! Sir, That is gorrt sir". What says Clare? Gord! No, Goat I announce. Again, we both find all of this quite hysterical as nothing seems to be what you expect. Anyway the food was OK. Ghandi says in the book, the greatest curse in India above all curses is and has been the importation of 'Alcohol'. He despised both its effect on Indian ...
... Tony', a French man she was intimate with many years ago, and a series of other obstacles we made it to the boat, boys well ahead of me. There we had a boat tour around the floating palaces, one of which had been made into a hotel. After the boat pulled up we had a quick tour around the garden, then had lunch inside the blissfully air-conditioned hotel restaurant on site.
That evening we decided to eat out for dinner as the hotel were charging ...
... It was hot work but rewarding as finally we had the chance of weaving in and out of the traffic at our own pace. The girls went horse riding for 2 hours one morning through Kriskna ranch. They had the best looking horses seen in India thus far. For the ride they were well looked after with a lead rider and 3 support staff and walked through small villages and well cared for land. We all read heaps during the week. Health wise Isabel's ear finally ...
... from Mewar, Col.Tod had shifted to it so as to have some needed solitude. Much later, a thoughtful had located a library in it !This small ornamental garden was a popular relaxing spot where royal ladies came for a stroll and hence the name. The garden has many fountains in its four delightful pools, chiselled kiosks and marble ...