Devi Garh By Lebua
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... offs a few times. ;) As we were winding through the mountain roads, I smiled to myself thinking, 'what if this snap shot out my car window, was the picture my kids have come home with from school at various times during elementary school, teaching the kids about safety?" Usually, the paper has a picture of a kitchen or house plan or a street with bikes and cross walk lights, etc. The kids are to identify, which things in the picture are ...
... and what variety of intricate forms they take), the puppets and a stunning mirrored room which we believe was some type of reception room. After a stop for the essential lime soda we headed off into the old town streets and alleys. First stop was a mobile phone shop to buy a local simcard for communicating with our driver when we part from Isabel in Jaipur. Our first exposure to Indian bureaucracy. To buy a pay as you go sim you need a copy of passport and visa and a photo; tried ...
... rickshaw as they are known here. So for an agreed price of 25 pence each we crammed into one and wove our way back through the traffic hanging on like grim death. Once at the palace we contemplated what has to be the most incomprehensible price list for entry to different parts of the complex. Feeling a bit weary we settled for simple entrance to the first area and after a brief wander decided it was time for late lunch/early ...
... and its ornate 17th century Gol Mahal tower. Not as famous as the Taj Palace but it sure holds its own. Once the boat ride is over the next order of business is sunset cocktails at the Anand bar before we head out for dinner at Jagat Nawar restaurant, itself an old haveli with a classy rooftop restaurant and fantastic lake views with a menu to match. We enjoy a meal of various curries with some beers to wrap up the days ...
... br> First stop in Udaipur was the hotel for a quick freshen up before making our way to Lake Pichola, below the City Palace. Udaipur is known as the City of Lakes or the Venice of the East. It was an important capital city for the Mewar dynasty but is now probably the second city in Rajasthan as Jaipur is the adminsitartive capital. Lake Pichola is actually a man made lake, started in 1362, to provide water for the city. In the lake there ...