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The country side is changing, we are moving away from the desert. Farmers are growing more crops - cotton, mustard and wheat. Before leaving our horse stable accommodation, which was in the Palace grounds, we had a walk around the gardens. Peacocks and monkeys were everywhere. A wonderful lake provided the water for this amazing garden in the desert. The main feature of ...
... where we saw gorgeous fountains surrounded by thick greenery. There are many different gardens, I think there are 5 in total, each individually lovely to see. Whilst in one of the gardens an Indian family came over with a crying baby saying 'Mossi' repeatedly at me, and pushing the child into my face. Unsure of what to do I just sort of chatted to it quickly then grabbed Alex and power walked off. Afterwards I told Gautam, and he scoffed and said 'What did ...
... someone's front room where the old bird of about 90 knocks up some authentic Indian wonders and feeds you for about £1.50! After a good feed we headed out to walk the streets following the many cows who roam around, working donkeys carrying loads of building materials and rice and enjoying the little alleyways and painted buildings. After a while we headed back to the hotel as the night bus had caught up with us and the heat was getting ridiculous!
... I'm gonna rock that. She put some oil in this wok type thing, chucked in the paste and told us that she always uses three spices; Red chilli powder for heat, tumeric powder for colour and coriander powder for flavour. She chucked a bit of those in, stirred it around then in went the pre-boiled potato and cauliflower. I reckon you could put anything in there, including dead stuff. Dude, my ...
... to be the Indian equivalent of the Rose Adage (for you non ballet folks google it!) The next day we took a boat trip around lake Pichola. Udaipur is widely considered the most romantic city in Rajasthan with its gleaming lakes, and so we expected a relaxing cruise around with descriptions of the various beautiful buildings gracing the shores...however our relaxing cruise was in fact a 20 minute speed tour with no descriptions whatsoever and some 'banging' tunes blaring from ...