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... once, waved hands over red and yellow smeared rock and then back
down to beat the heat of the day and eat. Food here in India is always
glorious. But getting to eat North
Indian food, which is most represented in the states, felt a bit like home. I
also got a case study of mine in and it felt good to visit a place so
inspiring. Udaipur was relaxing…Delhi
frenzied but fun…there just wasn't enough time because the next day was ...
... probably end up on India's version of You've Been Framed !
It started with the band doing a little set, I don't know the names of the instruments but typical Indian music. Then, bring on the trumpets (well one, anyway) and the dancers ! They were in full Indian, very ornate sari costume, some were drop dead gorgeous others were gorgeous. I think some of them have been doing this a long time and looked thoroughly ****** off to begin with but they soon bucked up when ...
... cables are dangerously low and people will be bringing tall things through the streets on poles...so they might electrocute themselves. Huge belly laugh...so, instead of making the power cables safe, they simply switch off the power! Oh well, I suppose it's a step in the right direction! We depart for a walk to the lake, returning to our restaurant a few hours later to watch the parade.
The streets are literally buzzing now and we can hear drums and music coming in ...
... was extremely unnecessary. My flustered attitude was portrayed as sadness and uncertainty but really I was dealing with a right versus right situation. Be in Udaipur for another week: obviously would only be good. Getting to Kolkata early: Also only good. So anyways, the time has come and I know that leaving is right. I am confident in what was accomplished in my time here and I will certainly return as soon as I get the chance. But it’s time for ...
Our drive from the top of a mountain took us into the valley and its man-made lakes. The approach to Udaipur was a bustling one as we passed marble contractors, men and women selling fruits and veg of all kinds, and the local people of Udaipur tucking into street food and prancing around a fountain on the outskirts of the city via carriages and duck-shaped paddle boats. We checked into a hotel with a ...