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... Paneer Tikka, cheese nan, washed down with a glass of red. This City has definitely made me feel in holiday mode! Following dinner a few of us went onto a roof top bar/cafe and watched the James Bond movie Octopussy, as it was filmed in Udaipur. We met a very posh lady who is originally from London and spends six months of the year in Udaipur. Tomorrow we have another free day, so just going to go with the flow and hopefully catch a few more Rays of ...
... walking up that beast of a hill! Well it's not very, y'know, palacey, is it? It's quite small but I had no expectations having not seen the film and I was just there for the spectacular views. It's only from this distance that you realise there are actually a couple of lakes and they're both pretty ******* big. There's not much else to do apart from photograph the view from ...
... the owner told a weary Fran that she hadn't completed the documentation as instructed and in capital letters. On seeing my face he said - don't blame me you british insisted on this before you left!
Quiet time in the peaceful courtyard reception and then allocated rooms - great room again, some lake views but really true to the ancient haveli architecture with the obligatory fan and air ...
... 5 pups. The baby donkey featured in my earlier photos had a bit of trouble today. His mum tried to clean his wound of the dressing that was on it and caused a lot of bleeding - so Amanda and I had to think up a novel way of keeping it out of her reach! You can see what we did in the photo. We've just come back from a meal at one of our favourite restaurants. I had a thali with a vegan banana and date smoothie - delicious! Hopefully it's not as hot ...
... we met Jim the man who with his wife and daughter had set up the sanctuary as a small charity. They were originally from America but had spent the last 15 years making the sanctuary and the charity what it is today. He was a very charismatic man who's love for animals and the good in life was apparent to see. We had a quick chat with him before having a delicious lemon tea and he went off to steal some of the Indian workers lunch (he said he just couldn't help himself ...