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Travel Blogs from Udaipur
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 …
... br> explore much more! It also didn't help, that our second night there,
I was, out of the blue, sick at least six times in two hours, and
then fell asleep and was absolutely fine the next day (maybe heat
stroke?) thankfully for the day train to Hampi.
Use a site called ClearTrip to book
train tickets in advance if you can; you can get pretty much a full
refund if you cancel before the day and it saves the hassle of being
wait-listed and ...
... Abu – Rajasthan’s only hill station. This bus journey was slow getting started (we spent an hour cruising around the streets of Udaipur and made a food stop early in the drive) but otherwise went well and we arrived in Mt Abu early afternoon.
First thing to note about Mt Abu is that it was a cold, small place, with no auto rickshaws. It was reached up a winding 22km road up the side of the mountain, which had portions of road with ...
... 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 ...
... after shop of leather bound books, bags, miniature paintings and of course fabrics. We stumbled upon an adorable fabric shop. Filled with piles and piles of fabrics, stacked up on both sides with a thin walk way up the middle. The owner was a happy man, smartly dressed and loved showing us around. He showed us meters of fabrics and eventually after bargaining miriam got exactly what she was looking for. Clíona decided to look at some tunics, ...