Bijay Niwas Palace
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... again quite tricky when they are thrusting themselves onto you asking for "teeeeep teeeeep, you give me teeeeeep"
We got off the train hassle free at gone 10pm and by this point we were all so tired so got in the tuk tuks to our hotel, which is over a very pretty bridge and located on a lake. Now we are both back to full health, I cannot wait to see what Udaipur has to offer and looks like in the morning...after all we have heard Udaipur is the nicest place in India!!
Our email war with Mr Singh continues to rage. Information is sketchy. Yet every night we have a place to sleep and every day there is something planned, even if we plan it ourselves. I'm loving the fluidity of our little tour, although others in the group are a little concerned. Day 12 and we are on the way to visit another very impressive fort. As we listen intently to the history, as told by the lonely planet guide, , the following gem is read out ...
... br> arrived in, but I managed to steal Scotty away from the hustle and bustle,
horns and city heat of Pushkar and we spent the day and night in a tented eco
camp in the countryside outside of town. The camp is a boutique resort called
The Greenhouse and they (surprise surprise) have huge greenhouses growing lots
of crops which are used in the food served in the restaurant. Even better, it’s
outside of the city limits, and the religious ban on booze, so we were ...
Woke up early enough to see the sunrise above the dunes and to see the Camels playing in the sand. Didn't have long though as the guides soon got us up and ready to head back to the camp for some breakfast. Had a quick wash then jumped back into the cars and headed off to our next destination – Pushkar. We drove for about 5 hours before we reached Jodhpur where we had lunch in a nice restaurant then had to wait another 5 ...
... temple and the Pushkar Ghats. This is a lake where unwell people bathe in the hope that they will be healed and for good luck. It is a stunning sight. We tried to take in the moment and watch people take a dip but were unable to enjoy the scene as much as we would liked to have due to being aggressively hassled by a local man trying to sell us flowers. After being chased out we found a lovely rooftop restaurant to enjoy the views from for ...