Karni Fort Bambora
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... sleeping in the same cabin. Not that there was anything wrong. Just feels a little uncomfortable. Not for them just for us. The A/C worked most of the time & the toilets not to bad. This was an A/C 1 carriage the best ticket you can get so there is not much more you can do. Anyway all okay we did have some good sleep & we will arrive at Udaipur soon. Arrived in Udaipur on ...
We then got the train to Udaipur, during which I was sat
next to two girls Sonalie and Neha. We put the world to rights, talked about
girl stuff, and I learned what ‘Boom Boom’ was. When we arrived in Udaipur,
Sonalie was met by her driver who kindly drove us to our hotel in a very nice,
air conditioned car! Well it made a nice change from a tuk tuk!
It is ...
... a bit ridiculous. And it's expensive. Lake Pichola is the largest lake, at 4km long and 3km wide, but remains shallow and can dry up in severe droughts. I bought a ticket for a boat ride around the lake, but had to wait nearly an hour for the next boat to depart! We sailed all around the lake, it was really pretty. The City Palace towering over the lake, monkeys running along the edges of buildings, women washing clothes and men washing themselves. An arched bridge ...
... people but also to other indians who travel there from nearby villages to pray and receive healing in the temples. Despite the holiness however, it seems that theres room for scandal wherever you go in india! For example, for merely being shown where the sun shines through a gap in the temple, we were begged for a donation. That evening we ate at a wicked hippie-esque place called the mango tree restaurant with some awesome views and a ...
... basically. The whole city is filled with hippy travellers ( I don't mean derogatorily either), various religious groups and a few western tourist/travellers. We were in pushkar for 2 nights and had quite a busy schedule of things to do. Our first afternoon we had a thread ceremony down at pushkar lake. The lake is in the centre of the city and is surrounded by many holy buildings. If I could recommend a place to reflection things and do a spot of people watching, pushkar ...
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