Hotel Krishna Niwas
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... areas for the harem and another for his concubines. In many cases a new ruler would build a new palace so many of these sites appear to be a series of joined places. The city palace in Udaipur was built along an outcrop of rock and whilst it appears to be all the same height some parts are only one storey high ! The palace is currently divided into a hotel, a conference centre, a museum and the open section plus the ...
... was a tad expensive but very yummy. We got chatting to quite a few different groups of people one of which was a dad and his daughter from Melbourne who wouldn't stop giving rubbish advice to Niomi about how to sort her sunburn. At 5 ish the sun was a little less strong so we though it a good time to check out the temple with the hundreds of stairs to climb to reach it. Even with the cooler temperature we broke a sweat so I'm glad we didn't attempt it ...
... She usually lives in Delhi but says she prefers Udaipur because it is safer. The lake is also used by locals for washing themselves and the laundry! The people here are more friendly, will take no for an answer if you don't want to buy and will share a joke. It is striking how patient Indians generally are, they will stand or squat and wait as needed for what seems an age to me. Love ...
... in India, full of unbelievable treasures large and miniature paintings and many artifacts. This was the original palace. Another part is now a hotel and the major part is the residence of the current Mararana. We went for another good coffee and then to the Jagdish Temple. This is another Hindu Temple where they have ...
... in the world today. These carvings were done by dedicated artisans. Then I was banned from entering the inner temple, as foreigners are not allowed. Only Indians. So Vaibhav took the camera to get some photos of the incredible ceiling work. Once outside the temple, we decided to stretch our legs before enduring the car again, so started the walk around the temple. Vaibhav halted me in my tracks before we rounded the first side. He noticed the gigantic ...