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... is a royal garden patio amidst of Lake Pichola. Tourists avail ferry services from Bansi ghat jetty to reach Jag Mandir. The garden is extremely well decorated and impeccably maintained and offers a picturesque view of the lake and the city, especially during sunset. There are few wings of Jag Mandir like:
· Gul Mahal
· The gateway with curved elephant statues
· Garden courtyard and Darikhana
· Bara Patharon ka ...
... visit with the kids and train up Jim the director. Jim was a 73 year old who arrived in Udaipur 15 years ago with his wife and daughter. They saw a need for a home for injured animals and established Animal Aid. It now has 50 staff, 400 animals and an extensive education program into local schools and groups. I hired a push bike and rode out to visit the girls. On our last day Jasmin and I again hired bikes and rode around the beautiful lakes of ...
... Park, but nice to escape from the busy streets and exhaust fumes. After building up an appetite, we walked into town and met everyone for breakfast. This morning we headed over to the opposite side of the river, where the sun was shining. We chilled by the river, I had another healthy breakfast of museli and mixed fruit. Everyone was going to visit the City Palace, but I opted against this. The group ...
... who were grinding sesame seed. This may not sound too interesting at face value but this process was being carried out in an almost medieval fashion.
An ox, blindfolded, was tethered and walking in circles driving a milling stone. The sesame seed was crushed and processed before finally being sold to any local with a sesame fetish. Following this, our lunch was taken, by complete contrast, at a chic outdoor restaurant overlooking a swimming pool. ...
... Having seen the Marigold Hotel film quite recently we visited a nearby hotel where they filmed some scenes overlooking the lake. The hotel was very welcoming to us and we enjoyed it there so much, we often had lunch or dinner there.
We also got to know many of the locals over our 5 days here, all very friendly and inquisitive. "Where are you from?" people always ask, "London, England" ...