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- Continental Breakfast
- Outdoor pool
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... that I would at least like to try the stuff that he was smoking. The temple contains a staggering 1,144 marble pillars, none of which are the same. How anyone would be able to check this claim is beyond us but it could possibly win you the money at the next pub quiz. All of this levity should not detract from the fact that the temple is simply beautiful. The detail in the carvings, remember no two pillars are the same, was ***********template. It was ...
... impressive dance, the 'Bhawai dance', saw an older woman dance around with two big clay pots balancing on her head to which more pots were gradually added until she had eleven pots stacked up on her head while dancing! This is a traditional dance of the snake charmer tribe. The women belonging to this tribe are particularly good at balancing goods on their heads due to carrying pots of water for many miles across the desert. For all you ballet folk out there Emma ...
We were on the bus by 7:30 am. We had a four hour drive to the Jain temple at Ranakpur. Again we saw many more people on their pilgrimage, walking for hours in the hot sun. The trash along the sides of the road is unbelievable. We saw the occasional wild peacocks in fields and on fences. Upon arriving at the Jain Temple we shared a meal with the devotees. It made us feel like we were eating in a prison mess hall! From there we headed towards the temple where we ...
... many works of cut glass art. A room that one sees in magazines for luxury accommodations for sure. After a late supper and it was many courses as well, but we only ate a small bit and went to bed. It was a long day. The air in Udaipur is nice and clear and we have been told the humidity will now be gone. Just before going to bed we were able to see the view of the lit up city especially the City Palace from our window. So ...
... Buffet style lunch so had lots of different things. We carried on through the villages and town through various tolls. In India if they don't have 5rupees change, they give you sweets or biscuits, great deal I say !
Then, at last, we finally reached The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel. It's real name is the Ravla Khempur. It's not in Jaipur as portrayed in the film, it's just outside Udaipur in the middle of nowhere!
They have just ...