Hotel Krishna Niwas
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... They still rule in Udaipur and are reputed to be the world's longest lasting dynasty - now on their 77th ruler. Liz had found a guest house recommended by friends - the Panorama - so we arrived here about 7am, hoping that at least one or our four rooms would be available for us the dump our belongings and freshen up a bit. Thank goodness one was. We adjourned for breakfast to the rooftop restaurant with lovely views over ...
... She should be going back to he family on monday. We did a cooking class today which was great! We cooked palak paneer, aloo gobhi, aubergine tomato, dal fry and bhindi (okra) masala. It was great fun and very enlightening. We will be buying bag loads of spices very soon! Tomorrow we are going for another session of rabies vaccinations then heading out for breakfast! I'll put some photos up ...
... br> mahal morning had been, the crazy bus we were conned into riding did get us
safely to Jaipur just in time to see the sun setting over the pink city. We
made friends with the waiter and learned a lot about mandatory same caste
marrying and the broken hearts of different caste first loves. I got an on-the-house birthday papadum shaped
like a birthday cake…ok maybe it looked more like a birthday cone…anyway, it
... and were transferred to our hotel that afternoon.
The main attraction in Jodhpur is the fort. So the next morning (19th Feb) we headed to the fort via auto rickshaw. The fort is huge and is built high on a rocky hill, such that it towers over the rest of Jodhpur. The fort entrance ticket included an audio guide which had detailed information about the fort and was well worth having. I think it probably told us more information than a ...
... base for the mixed vegetables as well we got to do the preparation all by ourselves and cook the whole thing. Well done to us, haha. Pakora! A little vegetable snack we both really like! The base of this is chickpea flower and then you can use whatever you like, vegetables, cheese, chicken, meat. We used vegetables, got to learn how to drop them in the oil and fried them nice golden brown. As an addition to that we also learned how to make a dip for ...