Hotel Mandiram Palace
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... diners we sat on sofas to eat a delicious thali. Below our eye line a lone singer with a strong melodious voice and a simple string instrument sang, we assumed, Hindi folk songs. Like the desert night it was deeply moving and a very different aspect of India.
Jean has turned native and is eating Indian food three times a day. Tony too has had a fruit epiphany and following a purchase of tiny but scrumptious bananas is eating two or three a day, a fruit that ...
I know. Long time no write. My sincere apologies especially
since I have so much to tell! Let me
start of course with the visit from Liz.
She arrived safe and sound and on her first day we toured Mumbai. We saw all its grit and glitz from a taxi
window. Traffic and British built towers and the mansion of man who has so much
money he can tear down a slum and build a place he doesn't even live in but
still pays upwards of tens of tens of people to ...
... where I spent a lot of time writing my blog, fighting off mosquitoes and taking in the beautiful glowing lights of Udaipair. Chips and cheese toasties were a welcome break from the curry we had been consuming most days. We got up early the next day so our driver could take us to an animal rescue centre, Animal Aid Unlimited, a charitable organisation providing both medical care and shelter to street animals since 2002. They mainly rescue dogs and ...
... to a coffee and an apple pie between us. I reckon this place makes more money than any of the cheap restaurants around town. How sad when the Indian food is so so good. What was left of the day was spent wandering around the lane ways. We found a new restaurant for dinner, it is amazing that the food is incredible wherever here you go. Now a photography lesson, to our rooftop for some night shots of the palaces. Early night as tomorrow starts at ...
... a massive centerpiece of a developing city.
Enjoy this beautiful piece of India's history. It takes you away from the images of the streets and into a completely different living class. Take your camera, pay the fee for a pass and enjoy marvelling in the incredible craftmanship in this building I truly believe was the home of this land's deities and peace that it to this day, still knows and cherishes. Ganesh welcomes you at the entrance. Enough said.