Devi Garh By Lebua
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... Many, although not all the older travellers, seem to be in groups. We have come across a few through who are venturing round India in pairs or alone, so it's been nice to compare notes. The haveli is very basic but has an intriguing deign. Squeezed into a narrow alley the property seems to be a series of rooms fitted in around a central area which is open to the elements. Similar to a Moroccan riad in some aspects, but more of a maze in others. Although there are no kerbs here (as ...
... s India all over. Next up, we visited an artists' studio - all over India we had seen miniature paintings. Usually on rice paper or silk, tiny figures are painted depicting typical historical scenes from battles to festivals. To try and describe the style, I'd say cross Lowry with the guy who did the animations for Monty Python and you're just about there. As a demonstration of detail, the artist was able to paint a picture of the Taj Mahal, complete with pond, on my finger ...
... We went down both side streets in search for leather and shoes. We then decided we were pretty thirsty and hungry, so decided to go to a rooftop restaurant for lunch. I had soup and a papad - an Indian bruschetta. We then went back out exploring Udaipur. We had appointments to keep, going back to the man who had created a bag for Annie, her tailor who had made her a dress, and then to Nais tailor. Everything had turned out great. We then went to my tailor and he brought the waistcoat. ...
... and British architecture and style, but somehow it works together. I asked my rickshaw driver where I should eat while walking between the train and bus stations, and he ended up recommending this place that may have been one of my favorite meals in India! It was packed with Indian families, and they were serving all you can eat thali. You get a giant empty dish, then boys walk around and fill up your bowls (and refill them as soon as they're half full), ...
... getting changed and going for dinner. We decided to go to the Italian place down the road, as it was open. This was pretty rare as again, it was off season. However, most of the items on the menu were unavailable. So we settled for pizza for the girls, and I had pasta. It was okay, about my level of cooking skills, but I enjoyed it all the same. We headed back to the hotel for an earlish night. The travelling was catching up with ...