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Mit der optimalen Uferlage am malerischen Pichola See, den weiß gestrichenen Havelis und den spitzen Tempeltürmen, die von den detailreichen und fein verzierten Balkonen und Kuppeln des Stadtpalastes überragt werden, soll Udaipur zu einer der schönsten (und ruhigsten^^) Städte Indiens zählen.
Um 6:30 erreiche ich die Stadt. Ich habe Glück und kann mir ein Tuk Tuk mit drei Reisenden aus China teilen. Für die Fahrt zahle ich 0.80 €. Da das Hotel zugesperrt ist, muss ich ...
... sunset I have seen in India probably the best sunset I've actually seen in quite a while.
Set along a lake surrounded by the rolling hills of Aravalli, Udaipur boasts a plethora of palaces, temples and countless majestic sites. Home to one of the most expensive hotels in the world, the Lake Palace Hotel on Jagniwas Island was built in the mid 1700's as a royal summer palace. Unless you are willing to pay the thousands of dollars a night, you like myself ...
... the way - again amazingly friendly and keen to speak English to us. Around the lake are lots of ghats or small bathing stages where men and boys come for their ritual wash. Old men in loin cloths reminding one of Gandhi and boys playing in the water, and at some locations groups of women doing the weekly wash. Back on shore we contemplated retracing our steps to get to the Palace but decided the time had come to risk a tuktuk - ...
Things having been ticking along nicely at the shelter, no new cases. The dog who fell off a building is doing well. He can't stand yet but has started eating and lifting his head. I give him physio every morning. His name is Ram Lal. It has been boiling but today the storms finally came, what a relief! It's a bit cooler and the shower finally has cold water! We have acquired a ...
... there. The second half of the journey
therefore felt much better and we arrived in Udaipur safely.
We had three nights at this hostel to
spend the Holi festival here and we were so glad on arriving that it
was really nice! Clean, light, spacious with working water and
electricity...yey! It was also the cheapest place we stayed in yet at
only £1.50pp,pn! Bonus. The rooftop was lovely too with good (we
think, maybe dodgy as we later find) food though ...