Hotel Baba Palace
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... we needed not even ask: they clearly were constructing Christmas ornaments. We also learned that customers prefer the imperfections of hand-printing to the ease of sheet printing and that blue pottery, unique to Jaipur is, unusually, fired only once.
When not visiting factories, we learned about Jaipur's rich medieval history (Indians call the Mughal Empire medieval, even though it occurred from 1526 to 1707.) The Amber Fort has an ...
... felt very 'Venice', but quiet and laid back. While
given the number of shops and guest houses shut we would guess it would be flat out in peak season (like Venice), but in June it was perfect.
What was not absolutely perfect unfortunately was the aftermath of the ****** meals we had eaten the day ...
... high ceilings, old brass light fittings, glass lampshades, marble work is stunning. It's all original, rugs are hundreds of years old and threadbare, the furniture antique and rickety the fabrics heavy and rich but faded with age.
Nitin showed me the areas which have been specifically built for the film and the original parts. I wish I could get a film set crew in my house, you should see what they can do. (When I clear some space on this Ipad ...
... feeling that he had no idea what it actually was. So I whipped out my phone, put it on and let him play the actual game. My initial thought was a) don't drop it, then b) don't run away with it. But I think I made his day, heck, I probably made his year. But that's just me really, I'm just an all round ******* nice guy. After taking about a trillion photos of these bloody kids we swiftly moved on to a man made lake to watch the sun set. Apart from when I look at myself in the mirror, ...
We arrived in Udaipur via overnight sleeper train from Ahmedabad. The train was running a little late but we arrived at a good time of 10:30am. We took an auto rickshaw from the train station to our hotel. The ride through the streets of Udaipur was interesting. The tourist area of the town is quite small, with narrow winding alleyways which are too narrow for cars to pass each other easily. Udaipur was filled with tourists.
We had lunch at a café run by ...