Kamran Palace Hotel
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... I was able to watch prayers from outside the gates. The windows were exquisite and changed in appearance according to the light and the time of day.
Opposite the House of MG was a rather shabby looking restaurant called the New Lucky. To the casual walker, nothing seems remotely interesting about the New Lucky, but once inside, you realise that its most unusual. Inside to the left by the cashier and surrounded by tables ...
... being the shower with no shower curtain. I will miss not having the option to have warm showers. When we are going to school, I will miss having to say "CEPT University" in my best Indian accent. I will miss not having internet accessible every minute. I will miss having to remember toilet paper every day. I will miss the cashier that was always impressed by my order, "Ek moti chai." I will miss not having a need to check my cell phone, Facebook, ...
... getting on edge. Unprecedented. You'll be glad to know that this predicament only lasted 5 mins and then we were back to glorious sunshine. Phew!
For our last evening in Udaipur, we went in to town for a final dinner and sunset overlooking the lake and left for the train.
Picking up our bags from the hotel was quite an ordeal. We had tipped everybody in the hotel all week - the porters, the chamber staff, the waiters and the ...
... monotony of the situation. Gary was understanding and tried to minimise my suffering, ordering most of his meals room service, whilst I shut myself in the loo away from the smell of tandoori chicken or thali, which in my dreadful state was turning my stomach. Anyway, eventually I began to feel a bit better, so we went on a trip to the train station to buy tickets out of this city. On the way back, I cursed myself for leaving my camera at the hotel, for our rickshaw passed by a huge ...
... We were strangely excited about this novel site to visit. In fact it appeared that Wells are generally so low down our tourists priorities that the Auto driver had trouble deciphering where we wanted to go. This Well, Dada Hari Wav, did not disappoint. It was built in 1499 by a woman of Sultan Begara's harem.It had
steps to lower platforms, terminating at a small, octagonal well. It was filled with cobwebs and bats. The Well was all ours, making it especially ...