Hotel Raj Palace
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... of course but later
on, other bus travelers simply laid down newspaper and sat with their entire
family: husband, wife, and their two small children….I unfortunately
experienced the sensation of window spit, you know the kind where the person in
front of you spits out the window only to have it fly back in and hit you…I had
to gently tap the lady and let her know that this did not make me happy. But
Udaipur on the other ...
... the serene atmosphere but not to a huge extent. It was one of the most beautiful buildings we had ever entered. Useless tourist guide rejoined us and we travelled together on the two hour journey to Udaipur, across quite beautiful mountainous roads until they snaked down slowly to Udaipur. Guide have us the 'great' news that he was our guide tomorrow. I have no idea why he bothered making a two hour journey on the bus ...
... was gorgeous.We saw the city palace and the lake palace and the sun was shining nicely on the water.And Miriam wasn't seasick! Yaaaay!
Before we went on the boat a rickshaw driver 'Ali' offered to take us around the city.So when we got off the boat he took us to see the vegetable bazar, where we bought some spices and saw a wedding procession passing by, all the colours, gorgeous!Next stop was at the princess gardens and the sarup sagar lake.A long time ago the king and ...
... okay and by the time we had a few drinks it would e dinner time! After a few more drinks and a few more it was 11.50pm and dinner was served! Completely over it by now but couldn't really knock it back! It was so delicious and had a really nice amount of spice and fragrance. By this stage we had another two tour guides, the hotel owner, a local business man all join us. It was a very entertaining evening! This is when we were introduced to our ...
... is very relaxed and pictuesque, most importantly our diet, instead of resembling 'the fast diet' like the beginning of our trip, it now resembles 'the feast diet'....slightly worse for the waistline but much better for the tastebuds. When not sampling udaipurs many culinary delights (especially the makhani Dahl) we have been working our way around the imposing city palace complex, with its many quaint corridors and beautiful courtyards; not ...