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... which means that our options here are numerous. Manu, our CEO, walked us around and took us to an art studio, where they specialised in miniature paintings. The group of artists there were fascinating. Real characters. The same venue also offered a number of activities: painting classes (obviously), cooking classes and even palm reading. After having a nosey around the studio, we headed for breakfast. Have to say, it was delicious. It was a place recommended ...
... as if it was daylight. Deafening sounds of thunder followed making me shiver in my seat. Scary! Yessssss!
But I kept going and took many photos as I tried to capture on camera those delightful lightning! And yes, I did…..only twice which was better than ...
... in a circle to music, but she did bring the house down. We do not have any photos of this as we used the video setting on our new camera. Be warned, this means that we have a film of "old 10 pots" and we will need to show someone......
We also managed a visit to the City Palace which was pretty impressive, as usual. One small problem with this trip is the sheer volume of palaces, forts and temples that get visited. They all have great merit but ...
... in tiny circles and try not to fall over.
This is well worth it I reckon. It's pretty cheap too. It starts at 7pm but you really need to get down there at 6.30pm if you want any chance of getting a view that doesn't involve a large, concrete post and the back of heads of about about fifty tourists. Seriously, this **** is popular and hey, it deserves to be.
And in other ...
... ticket, the Indi Rail Pass, combined with the pre-booking of hotels, meant that a rather fixed timetable had been set for us. Looking at the itinerary again I tried to see how we could adjust it to make the travel/experience of India less frantic and more enjoyable. Very tricky. The best we could do at this stage I felt was to hire a private car with driver to take us on our next few journeys as an alternative to the train ...