Hotel Krishna Niwas
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... display. We also saw a nice temple. To be honest, we didn't actually see that many temples in India. We had gotten a good dose in Thailand and Myanmar and most that we did visit were not well kept, so we skipped several. This one was reasonably clean and showcased really intricate carvings that were interesting. I wish we would have had a guide to describe the scenes that were playing out.
The Lake Palace - once a getaway for the royal family and now an exclusive hotel - ...
... a steep bit of road with - at first - an unwillingness for the passengers to get out ! Later we went round a blind bend with a narriow bridge to find a speeding local coming the other way and overtaking another vehicle; how our driver avoided driving into the side of the bridge and the other didn't drive off the mountain we are not sure ! Enroute we passed through a number of small towns that were very busy but equally interesting to see ...
... by train, after sweet talking the lady on the foreign ticket counter in Mumbai that we had never taken a train in India (true) and could she help us secure a ticket, which she did. The overnight train in our class was aircon'd which was a blessing, with 4 bunks on one side and two singles the other side. After ...
... has some stupid crazy train system and our tickets had been purchases but not confirmed. This means our tickets are wait listed and only confirmed when other seats have been cancelled, so basically our train tickets were invalid and we weren't supposed to be on the train. BRILLIANT. We had to pay a penalty fine and buy a new ticket (we were promised the already purchased ones would be automatically refunded in the next days). The first few hours ...
... that's exactly what we ended up doing. We were originally going to spend a few days in Udaipur and then move on to Mount Abu, but I ended up getting food poisoning, which took about a week to fully recover from. I most likely picked up some bad bacteria from food, water, or the general nastiness of our bathroom in Bundi. This is also where Jason had a very violent bout of food poisoning, which he was able to fully ...