Hotel Kanchan Tilak
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The 23hour train journey to Udaipur was split up by an over night stop in Indore. On arrival we were disappointed as it turned out to be another busy city lacking character or anything of interest. Whilst I booked our next train, Carl was becoming disheartened looking round quite a lot of hotels for somewhere at least half clean to stay - many of ...
... the Old Fort - no one could say how old it was but it was really beautiful and very reminiscent of Rajasthan architecture.
That evening Bryan didn't in until really late so we stayed in the Hotel and ate ont he roof in the Mediterranean restaurant. The food in the hotel is really lovely.
On Wednesday Bryan wanted to finish up some matters with his colleagues so Jody had a day to herself.
Until lunchtime that is when Sunil had invited us both to his ...
... dharshan here. Had lunch at roadside dhabha roti sabji. Drove to Maheshwar . Many small temples near the water nothing special. We took the boat ride. Small temple in the middle of the water. Ahalya bai fort was spectacular. Felt like should go back in time n see the queen watching the river from her ...
We left Indore around 9.30am reached ujjain 10.30 am 1 mahakaleshwar temple - laghu abhishekam 2 har siddhi mata temple Ghat Kalika temple 3. Kalabhairav temple offered red stag 4. Sandipani ashram balarama krishna sudama school 5 mogalnath temple mars planet 6 Chintaman Ganesh temple Lunch 7 varbijasan mata temple 8 bade ganapathi temple Tea break 9 Annapurna temple 10 vaishno devi ...
... it ... On my first day in Indore I already knew I wanted to cancel my flights and did so on day 2. I realised I wasn't quite ready to return to western 'civilisation' yet after the most wonderful 2 weeks immersed in the Indian deaf community with the most amazing people, having the most amazing, unique, actually Indian experiences. Some examples of these awesome experiences I had in Indore include: addressing 350 kids in an ISL (questionable ISL ...) speech and being interrupted by a ...