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Day 40- Udaipur So as Nicky has been moaning at me for weeks to help her write the blog i thought I'd better give it a go. As we had 3 nights in Udaipur it meant that we could have a bit of a lay in as we had been having some pretty early starts. We ended up getting up at 8:30 and were ready to go out and see the sights by 9am. We met our friends from the trip Dan, Richard and Claire in the reception of the hotel and walked into the center ...
... from our luggage. Aw well, I guess that’s the true Indian train
experience. It was a great adventure. Right
Liz?! I know she’s nodding her head and
Love you all and will write again soon…I already know the next
title: Butter melts at room temperature.
Desneige (of snow is starting to melt…)
P.S. Most of these pictures were taken by Liz...since my camera got stolen...great pictures huh!
... It's free for him to attend but he needs to earn money too. The kind of art he is learning is fab. 5 colours only made from cobalt, iron oxide, sulphur, graphite and something else I forgot. The brush is tiny using only 2 hairs from a squirrel. Painted onto sandstone (traditionally ivory but obviously not allowed any more) the more complex, large paintings can take 40 days. You pay per day, £3 which doesn't sound much but these guys take 4 days to do a 4x3 painting. ...
... hair -yuk. The ladies were not dry good but managed to remove most of the facial hair. Then onto the manicure, this was interesting , he washed my hands, clipped my nails but he did not clean my nails or do anything with the cuticles. Quite bazaar and the nail polish well that is another story. I think I ended up with more nail polish on my skin than I did on my nails. At least they were cut. Once again we enjoyed food from the local vendors, samosas ...
... trickster' drivers to the location of the next private bus office where we would pick up the bus to Udaipur later that day.
What we learned is India has a public and private bus system. The private bus system offers more comfortable options like air conditioning and Volvo busses, however they are not tied to a formal bus depot system. You likely pick up the bus at the private company office and then get dropped off at a ...