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... front on fire and boom. Front page of the India Herald. I'm pretty sure kids are quite flammable. Like kindling. Anyway. There were other dances that made me less nervous with a puppet show in the middle. Ok, so, you see these puppets for sale all over Rajasthan and let's face it, puppets are creepy. Puppets, dolls, ventriloquist dummies. The way they stare at you with their cold, dead ...
... from Udaipur, the Jain Temples built in the 15th century are situated in the lovely valley of the Aravali. Its surrounding is
quiet and picturesque. Ranakpur has grand structures and beautiful sculpture. There are 1444 pillars in the temple and none of them are similar. The magic of light & shade is really awe inspiring.
Surya Temple and other Jain Temples are side attractions.
Arrive Udaipur & transfer ...
... and was so cute we have to go back for more. Martin met us here and took us to see his friends hotel nearby to have a drink and enjoy the views. His friend is currently renovating the property from what started as a dump into a luxury hotel with a pool and to die for views of the lake. A little out of our price range for now but maybe not in the future. From here we went back across the lake to the city palace museum. Martin had seen it last year and told us we had to do ...
... by the lake which we had to ourselves and was lush. 1st real coffee in 10 days and was delish. Enjoying the 'ambiance' so stuck around for banana pakora and a lassi. 15 min tuctuc ride to an ornamental garden with fountains and a lotus pool made a good way to kill a few hours. Had another paparazzi session but they were all very polite and it was funny. I was taking pictures of them taking pictures of Lisa. The most surreal moment of the ...
... party in Delhi was losing in a landslide.
We arrived at the town of Nathdwara and walked through the crowded streets to the temple.Many people were making their way here and the streets had been designated one way due to this. We got caught up in a celebratory parade for the local candidate. Many young men were riding motorcycles waving flags, or standing in the back of trucks drumming and shouting. Winners are grinners.
We arrived at the temple and were faced ...