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The road then changes back into 4 lanes so the rest of the drive into Udaipur is good. We are taken to our hotel which is perched on top of a hill with a stunning view of the lakes. Udaipur is know as the lake city.
We go for a short walk down to the lake to stretch our legs.
Dinner in the rooftop restaurant is not good. When we place the food order the guy asks how spicy we would like the food. Shauna says no spice, and for my dish i tell him ...
... exits the sea in a way that makes the straight women and gay men in the audience slide off their chairs. I didn't realise just how ******* cheesy they are. Don't get me wrong, I like a bit of cheese with my international blockbuster, but I did cringe a bit when he handed a wad of cash to an Indian agent with the words, "Here you go, that should keep you in curry for a while." And is it just ...
... 14c with the original dams still in place, the lakes are linked through a series of small waterways and constructed to avoid flooding.
We first visit the Jagdish Temple, a large Hindu temple in the centre of Udaipur. It is reached by a series of very steep steps which enables the temple floor to be on the same level as that of the palace as the palace must not be higher than the temple. Folk inside are chanting and playing drums - it's all very joyful. We see the black ...
... The streets are pretty spotless, there are fewer animals roaming and they have litter bins everywhere, which people actually use! Despite fewer animals, we did see one huge bull cow on our way to the City Palace. As we passed it, the bull did what can only be described as a "snot flick" in Ness' direction. She managed to avoid it, much to the amusement of watching shopkeepers who claimed that the ...
We had a lovely weekend in Kumbulgarh and Ranakpur, the fort and temple were amazing! We stayed in a very rustic guesthouse in the middle of nowhere and the view was beautiful. We returned to AAU on Monday and all my dogs bounded over to see me which was really nice. There's a viral infection going round the dogs so we are having to isolate ...