WelcomHeritage Bal Samand Garden Retreat
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... It does not matter wether they are buses, cars, trucks, rickshaws or tractors trailing unbelievably loaded goods, which quite often had guys lying on top of them! We also saw a driver of a motorcycle with his right leg stretched out to push the rickshaw in front of him! The footpath was a great way for motorcycles to zoom-in-out! UDAIPUR We flew to Udaipur and stayed at a magnificent hotel, the Raj Lake Palace, which is built on its own island. Guests are taken by a ...
Well it's the morning of our last real day in India basically. Tomorrow we have a flight back to Delhi, will just stay at the airport until 3am when our flight back to Beijing is, and then back home. I can't believe it's already over and that I might not see this country again for maybe five years, who knows? I'll have a reflection post that I'll probably write on the plane but not now I'm still doing ...
Next was off to some antique/textile store. The antiques, or new antiques, were quite large and beautiful but we couldn't afford any, and too big to transport. Diane settled on a cashmere/silk scarf for Rs1500 (CDN $30). By this time I was not feeling well and we headed back to the hotel. I think the omlette finally caught up with me, so I headed off to bed, then the bathroom, then bed, then the bathroom. Some antibiotics and end of ...
... about the places we visited. He was also funny, throwing in a couple of anecdotes along the way.
Like the three things you need to drive in India - a car, a horn and luck.
But he also explained a bit about cremations, religion and chakra's for you yoga folks, as well as history about the area and surroundings.
Jodhpur was an excellent way to start out our exploration of Rajasthan.
... fortress. We've thoroughly enjoyed travelling right out of season, having places virtually all to ourselves, the pick of accommodation at bargain prices and any restaurant table with a view we wanted. Jodhpur was the first place where this went a little too far though. May and June are their 'no tourism' months, and consequently most restaurants that cater for foreigners are closed, as was a lot of accommodation. We hunted around for ...