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Travel Blogs from Udaipur
... once, waved hands over red and yellow smeared rock and then back
down to beat the heat of the day and eat. Food here in India is always
glorious. But getting to eat North
Indian food, which is most represented in the states, felt a bit like home. I
also got a case study of mine in and it felt good to visit a place so
inspiring. Udaipur was relaxing…Delhi
frenzied but fun…there just wasn't enough time because the next day was ...
... rather (what appeared to be) subsistence farming practices and quite dry terrain were most apparent. Those scenes that we have all seen, typified by women carrying / balancing large quantities of produce on their heads: manual practices in the fields and animals (mainly goats and camels) being herded along the road were very common.
Two types of road experienced: "goat tracks" and 6 lane highways. ...
... up all over from the
roof top. This got us very excited for the next day...the colourful
part of Holi. We awoke to the sound of drums and bells and quickly
got Into our cheap market clothes and headed out. With the locals in
the square already covered in paint outside and the ashes of the fire
last night simmering it felt very exciting. “HAPPY HOLI!!!!!”
Paint on cheek, paint on other cheek, and hug. Minutes outside and it
is safe to say we ...
... We stopped to take some photos of one group with babies, we wound down the windows and snapped away until one of the males came round the back of the car and appeared near my window. I wound it up very quickly as I didn't fancy him getting any closer with the window wide open.
Once over the highest point of the hills we stopped at a small restaurant for a thali lunch. A thali is where you have lots of small portions of a curries and then have rice and chapati - it was very ...
... their worship, which was a real insight into the fervour and dedication with which many locals practice their religion. We visited the outside of Sachin Tendulkar's house and, in hindsight, may have been guilty of acting like a bunch of schoolgirls at a One D concert. We went downtown to Colaba and checked out a $1 billion house, the Taj Hotel (a magnificent building, one of the sites of the 2008 terrorist attack) and the very impressive Gate of India (built by the ...
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