Hotel Natural Lake View
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This Hotel had a great view from the roof top restaurant, and the view from our room window was incredible. The food here was also one of the best places we had eaten in Rajisthan- and you can eat while looking out over the lake. Bliss.
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... or hazardous. You circle the areas on the page until you find all of the unsafe things. WELL!....if the picture showed the kids an example from outside my car window today, how the people live by the side of the busy crazy highway...the page would be a complete scribble of circles. I'm not sure you would see anything but black ink! I could see nothing that I would honestly say was completely safe....except my seat belt worked in THIS car ...
... the temple and none of them are similar. The magic of light & shade is really awe inspiring.
SuryaTemple and other Jain Temples are side attractions.
Lunch at local restaurant in Ranakpur.
Arrive Udaipur and transfer to the hotel for dinner and overnight.
Two nights: Ramada Resort & Spa, Udaipur <-changed to Radisson Blu.
Morning drive to Udaipur visiting Ranakpur enroute. Ranakpur - ...
... a stroll and our life in our hands to walk along the busy streets avoiding dogs, cows, cars, tuk tuks and scooters. Lots of invitations for Niamh to spend time with a variety of young men - thankfully she declined or I would never have found my way back!
Bit of a snooze and then up to the terrace for some masala tea and sunbathing - really wonderful to feel the heat 30c.
More ventures ...
boys: find a job and take care of your parents. Ok but I digress a little…Liz’s
visit and…the first time traveling by train.
Its always good to share your first traveling experience with
a seasoned wonderer. My good friend North, another Marathi student, was our
tour guide. Not only is her Marathi
marvelous but so is her Hindi. Hailing from Ontario she has a knack for
languages and Liz and I were very grateful ...
... trouble paying for our meal as a note we handed over was ripped and the owner wouldn't accept it. We borrowed some money off our poor driver. Tonight there was a festival taking place within Udaipur to worship a god. The locals were dancing about and drinking something called 'bung', which is a part of the marijuana plant mixed with milk. They describe the effects as 'flying'. We were so tired that we enjoyed the festivities from the rooftop of our hotel before getting an early night. - ...