Hotel Sarovar on Pichola
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... of it. In the guide book it says India has more millionaires
than the US and is only second in information technology. It seems that children
have one of two tracks: doctors or engineers.
I highly recommend the Bollywood film “3 Idiots” to understand this sort
of pressure middle-class teenagers deal with.
The teens from the slums have different pressures. For girls: get
married, have a boy first, then you can have girls, do all ...
... high ceilings, old brass light fittings, glass lampshades, marble work is stunning. It's all original, rugs are hundreds of years old and threadbare, the furniture antique and rickety the fabrics heavy and rich but faded with age.
Nitin showed me the areas which have been specifically built for the film and the original parts. I wish I could get a film set crew in my house, you should see what they can do. (When I clear some space on this Ipad ...
... I was soon proved right when Jonny stepped on a rock and fell over. But I managed to stay on obviously, have you seen my bloody rig? I quickly adjusted my downstairs mix up and we were on our way. Our route took us through the town and into the suburbs. The scintillating scenery along with the novelty of riding a camel was exhilarating. During the ride I felt a sudden spray of refreshing water on my back. I thought nothing of it at the time, but it's reoccurrence puzzled me. At ...
... I have seen in India just because it's so bizarre.
The road we were driving on was single lanes but very busy with traffic, in particular plenty of Tata goods carriers, I love these trucks due to the fact that each one is decorated individually by the driver and some of them are really pimped in an Indian style. All of them have 'blow horn please' painted on them (normally at the back) and many are also decked out in marigold garlands too, the main thing is they're all ...
... man-made and were made to harvest the water. Kicking off with a two hour tour of the city palace which was absolutely amazing and only managed to just scrape the edge of the palace in that time as it is just so massive and currently still lived in by royals in India. The palace is also set at the top of a hill overlooking the surrounding area and the views were stunning. When we were there the palace grounds were being prepared for the Prince of Udaipur's wedding, being ...