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... impressive dance, the 'Bhawai dance', saw an older woman dance around with two big clay pots balancing on her head to which more pots were gradually added until she had eleven pots stacked up on her head while dancing! This is a traditional dance of the snake charmer tribe. The women belonging to this tribe are particularly good at balancing goods on their heads due to carrying pots of water for many miles across the desert. For all you ballet folk out there Emma ...
We started our day with a walking trip to the City Palace Museum. It was a nice palace to walk through. After leaving the palace we were free until 7 pm when we attended a traditional dance performance. A group of us headed off to enjoy lunch and a real cappuccino. In India they serve a lot of Nescafé! After our lunch we headed off with our Spanish friends and wandered through the narrow streets looking in shops and taking photos. After getting thoroughly lost and ...
... and sees his family infrequently during busy months here in India. He has a slight Sean Connery type lisp which made for good fun when trying to communicate. He has really looked after me and has told me some fantastic stories.
He had one guest who was a particularly difficult guest who expected 14 hours a day out of him and he told the guest that the tree she was looking at was a fruit tree, it wasn't , it was laden with bats sleeping during ...
... when I came across our transport to Tordigarh. A jeep with 8 seats which sat 9 of us. Of course I was last on and in the back which was structured like a jeep for a swat team. No seat belts, no headroom, straight line benches. I would just like to point out at this moment in time I was hungover as ****. As the roads are brilliantly built in India and along with the outstanding motorway courtesy and general awareness of other vehicles it was a smooth ride to Tordigarh. As I hit my ...
First we make a detour to Kumbhalgrth, another fort that has a 36km wall that can be walked in about 2 days. The wall is second only to the Great Wall of China.The journey to reach it through the Aravalli hills was a highlight in itself. Fantastic scenery, remote villages, even saw a gypsy donkey caravan. Started to rain when we left the fort.
Arrived Udaipur to the Hotel Govindam Palace. Never stay in a hotel ending in Palace. Front door opens on to basically a dump. Hotel 4 stories, ...