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... he was espousing its virtues, and the fact that one shouldn't have more than 2 pegs to benefit from its medicinal properties (RUM = Regular Use Medication) - he said he gives his daughter a spot when she's unwell - it always does the trick!
We outdid ourselves at lunch - at Fateh Sagar, overlooking another of Udaipur's lakes - we had lamb/mutton in 3 different forms, washed down by a Kingfisher. This is the life!
Next stop after lunch was the Rajasthan School ...
... a really nice german bakery which had red velvet cupcakes and peanut butter brownies which happened to be my favourites, this was our little treat time. The main row of shops led to the udaipur city palace which was stunning, with loads of fantastic views over the lake and the town. We paid a little extra for our tickets which included a boat ride of the lake which went round the famous ...
... but they all have a milky sugary consistency and are very sweet and rich. For dinner we went to a roof top restaurant which had a view over the lake, I ordered pasta which was not quite to my taste but for a pound you just don't have a negative word to say. Alcohol is illegal in this and most parts of India but many restaurants sell it on the hush so we ordered some vodkas as we decided we deserve a drink after the nightmare we had with the train! ...
... Mewar Terrace and the guide explained that it was being prepared as someone had booked it for a special occasion. Later in the evening I went down to the reception to check on where we were to go and was told to come down when ready and they would take us up so at 20:00 we were in the reception and the concierge said he would take us for our meal, Lesley said it was ok we knew where we were going, I said let him take us so we followed him to the restaurant. ...
... of one of the peaks.
That was our last day in Mt Abu (it was a very short stay, just one full day). On the morning of the 18th we left the hotel and headed to the state bus stand to catch a bus down the mountain to the a town called Abu Road, where we had been able to book ourselves a private bus ticket from to Jodhpur. On our way to the bus stand a man in a jeep drove past calling “Abu Road, Abu Road” and we found out that we ...