Hotel Ashish Palace
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... felt like we had completed our education on marriage in India.
As if that wasn't enough action before we even reached our destination, Mahavir pointed out to us along the side of the road an old manual water pump operated by two large bulls walking in a circle to drive the water wheel and fill the irrigation channel for the farms nearby. It was really cool to see and he told us there would be more coming up and we would be able to get a good picture if we ...
... anschließend geht es weiter nach Mumbai.
Nach meiner Reiseplanung mache ich mich auf den Weg zum 'Sahelion ki Bari' Garten. Während des Weges sehe ich zum ersten Mal einen indischen Supermarkt. Ich freue mich wie ein kleines Kind an Weihnachten und Ostern zusammen. Ich weiß eigentlich gar nicht genau was ich wirklich brauche, aber über kleine westliche Anzeichen bzw. gewisse Komforts freue ich mich immer sehr, da diese in Indien nur sehr sehr gering ...
... photo provided as evidence. As the light and our energy faded, we followed our ears to the sound of music and found a large stage and tiered seating where we were treated to a variety of singing and dancing performances by more folk groups. This involved women entwining one leg in the centre of the circle while rotating the circle around, men waving handkerchiefs forming human pyramids and devotional and philosophical group of musicians (according to the ...
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Off to the City Palace. The royal family still owns the palace and has turned two sections into two hotels and the remaining section is a museum and some stores. We had some great views of the town and the lake from the palace. We stopped in to visit the crystal palace before a wonderful buffet lunch.
... coriander mint chutney & tamarind sauce, Dum Aloo (paneer stuffed potatoes), a Rajasthani yogurt curry with pakoras, malai kofta and Kasmiri Biryani. We learn some new cooking tricks, discover a new ingredient called Hing and get a little insight into Indian and Rajasthani culture. Plus a great lunch to boot. Not a bad way to start the day. Bellies full we make our way the the City Palace to do some sightseeing. A large ...