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Again another chilled city, a lot nicer than the last with some amazing floating hotels and a great view from hostel terrace where we've supped a few kingfishers. Went for an art class where as you can see my talents have remained, sick painter me. Keep your eyes peeled for a one of master piece postcard mum ...
... different dances of Rajasthan before going for dinner and then watching the bonfires. A lot of the smaller fires were finished by the time we finished dinner but the large one near our hotel still hadn't been lit. I waited for awhile then the rowdy crowd finally "got to me" so I returned to the hotel and retreated to the rooftop where eventually I saw all the smoke and heard all the loud banging of the firecrackers. We are off to Pushkar tomorrow so will celebrate Holi ...
... when I speak incase the other person doesn't quite understand what I'm saying i.e. by pointing to something. I have also started to drop words out, to make the sentences more concise and I seem to say things with a foreign accent, I think it's so the other person can hear it as they say it. I must sound like an idiot!! And I think that's all from Udaipur, back to staring out of the window at Mumbai, just soaking it all up - one of my favourite things to do. Speak in a couple of ...
Travel Tip # 10: India is not built for talking to the porcelain gods.
So, I got up the next day feeling surprisingly spry. I guess that run wasn't so bad after all... or so I thought.
Gail and I walked around town until we had a cooking class later that afternoon. Gail, who as you know, will chat to anyone. When she saw a group of 20 or so ladies in beautiful Sari's sitting in front of a doorway she waved happily and asked ...
... of the Maharaja. From many of the rooms we could see the lake and its own Palace though quite a few also had original furnishings and items such as an original electric fan. As we had experienced in Jodhpur the palace was quite busy as the neighbouring states were still on their Diwali holiday (unlike Rajasthan).
Once we finished our visit most of the group gravitated to the nearby shops that were selling local arts and ...