Devi Garh By Lebua
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... heading back to the jetty for a boat back. Had a v relaxed afternoon and just caught the end of England's ODI victory against India - bragging rights for a Brit abroad! Watched a stunning sunset as the birds came in to roost for the night. We were treated to some stunning dancing and music before heading back to our room. Dinner in the Indian restaurant was delicious and was preceded by the usual cocktails! We're sad to be leaving Rajasthan - it's a ...
... but I was in need of a bit of time by myself. I wondered around the streets, mooching in the shops, buying a few goodies. Its ridiculously cheap over here, however I am kind of running out of space. Udaipur is by far the most scenic City we have visited so far & it is where I have felt the safest. Maybe because there are a lot more tourists & cafe bars to chill out. I made my way back to the hotel, ...
... shower in the morning. :( It feels like a hostel as opposed to a hotel. It's also very noisy but...the roof top restaurant here is delightful with a nice view over the lake that is beautiful after dark. The mountains, the lake, the floating palace, and the almost European/Indian/Arabian look to the buildings along the lake...makes me want a glass of wine and my hubby around. Instead I get Jerra and a cup of masala tea. I guess that's the next best ...
... further south than planned - but happily by a boat jetty where we took the opportunity for what we'd hoped would be a gentle tour around the lake. It was very pleasant and provided good views of the two islands which house what used to be palaces and are now posh hotels, but we are rapidly learning that peaceful is not an adjective needing much use here. We shared our trip with an engagement party who chattered to each other and ...
... courtyards, gardens and buildings, the City Palace Is located in the old part of town along the waterfront. The palace has been expanded over centuries and displays a blend of Rajasthani and Mughal architecture. It's a huge complex and we do our best to take it all in, including the substantial puppet collection. I think we saw most of it but it would not surprise me if there was an entire other half to explore that we missed. ...