Hotel Paras Mahal
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... the fierce looking ones often turned out to be the good guys. We spent a further 10 minutes just taking in the coolness and the mesmerising chanting before heading for the exit signs. Doing a duck and a dive past all the various stalls we found ourselves reclaiming our shoes again. Having let us slip in the Temple our little Mauritian monk caught up with us, replete with half a library of books he wanted us to buy. Don't you hate it when they say "just give ...
The City of Lakes offers a plethora of food options for Indian and International travellers. Ranging from authentic traditional Thalis, Rajasthani cuisine to Italian cuisines and European cafes- Udaipur is a perfect delight to foodies.
You will get traditional thalis with several types if veggies, rice, chapatti, sweet and appetizers in many restaurants of ...
... class was at our guest house, so exclusively full of giggling westerners - I caught some pretty hilarious glances between friends. End of each class included 7 pranayama (breathing) exercises. We would come to find out this was fairly typical of a hatha yoga class, I found it most interesting.
Sights: palace lights
Smells: smokey guesthouse
Sounds: rain! great overnight storms
Tastes: secret tea = beer in a potted tea mug :)
... kept a small village afloat. The look on my face is priceless but he has yet to send me the pic
I thought it was just me but Brendan was so ill he called a doctor to visit. I'm writing this almost a week later and he's only now recovering. So there were 4 down out of 6 in one day. We have coined ourselves, "the worst tour group ever"
For the record I diagnosed myself with indian rum hangover, but Brendan diagnosed himself as ...
... the surrounding countryside and could see many of the buildings within the walls. However to explore these we would have required a number of days !
Once we left we stopped to have lunch at a local "cafe" - freshly made pakora and coke for about £1 - before we set off on the final leg to Udaipur. Though it was only 90 kms away we were told it would take about 3 hrs as we had to get out of the hills before rejoining a decent ...