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Hi everyone sorry I havnt written in a while its been a hetic few weeks since we have been back....but here's the rest of our story....
Today we got given the chance to do some real Bollywood dancing being choreographed by a professional Bollywood dancer which was very exciting we even got Jack to join in. We had a routine made for the song "This is India" we think which was ...
... tied walk and I find another staff member. Balls to the very British "Hello, can you tell me where the washroom is please?", it's now "toilet?" In a high pitched voice with and eye popping look of terror on my face. She must have known a disaster needed to be averted and shoved me through the staff door in between the shelves. No wonder I couldn't find them !
Top customer service for letting a customer use staff toilets IndiaMart, Udaipur! That would not ...
... folk dancing and humourous puppetry. We really enjoyed the dance show and the costumes were beautiful. There was one lady who slowly balanced pots on her head one by one, she got up to 8 and if that wasn't enough she then put either foot each side of a tray on the floor and started shuffling and bouncing around on it! Very memorable show and a great setting for it, rightly so it was a sell ...
... her before Christmas and it has proven to be a great education for me on Indian food and the culture to an extent - Uma I have got the recipes from the class to show you!! I also bought some lovely traditional bowls after the class - Kerry and Megan you can eat your Chana out of them when I'm home. I'm still looking for a traditional Indian wok to cook in though. I've been eating like a King in India, three good meals a day, I can feel my waist band expanding. I can ...
... into Udaipur through a surburban outskirts that could have been anywhere. The bus stop was a tired, dusty place and after some serious haggling (200 rupees – i don’t think so, 50!) we arrived at our guest house. A gorgeous cute place set over 5 or 6 floors with a central atrium full of vines, flowers and plants. Our room was nice and it wasn’t raining! We took advantage and enjoyed the afternoon sun and breeze touring the outside of the ...