Hotel Paras Mahal
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... married, and that he (Ricky) was like that too last week when his wife was out of town...sigh.
Ricky was also a wealth of information, pointing out things that we would have missed or not realised the significance of...the elaborate Ganesha Toran at the entrance, recently painted for the Rana's daughter's wedding - the bridegroom touches the toran with his sword as he enters the bride's house (in this case palace) on an elephant. Ricky said he did the same at his ...
Wandered out to the lake and surrounds (they filmed Octopussy here and more recently parts of My Exotic Marigold Hotel) loads of lovely shops selling leather/textiles/jewellery and gorgeous wall hangings and throws. Plan a shopping trop tomorrow with Jamil. Back home for a lovely meal on our roof top terrace,cards and bed.
The following day was the best day we’ve had so far. Jamil took us away from all ...
... We made a mad dash for it, jumping off the train while it was still moving, you know James Bond style. We grabbed the biggest bottle of water we could find and two bags of crisps then rushed back on. The crisps of course were curry flavour, fab. Not quite the dinner we were hoping for but better than nothing. As time went on the guilt must have got too much for mr nob face as he came back again to tell us he would give us two beds next to each other within the next ...
After a long, at times tense bus ride from Jodhpur, we arrived in Udaipur. Along the way we passed marble quarries and kilometres of marble shops selling this stone in huge blocks or slabs, in white, grey, pink, orange, as well as granite and a green stone, which may be marble. The countryside along the route was also much greener. We're staying in a very nice hotel, with large rooms and marble flooring everywhere. After settling in, we all met at the rooftop resto ...
... on the ground. Both the boys hated these, they can't cross their legs that well. Lucky we were the only ones at this table so they didn't need to. Dinner was delicious, but portions were small so of course desert was ordered! Indian rice pudding - also known as Kheer which we cooked first hand in Jaipur. We decided to do a city tour organised by our hotel for a few hours the next day. We needed to get off our butts and do something. To be honest the tour was ...