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TravelPod Member ReviewsRaj Niwas Hotel Udaipur
We originally had a reservation at the Jagat Niwas Palace. I had made a reservation for a deluxe room with a view because we are in Udaipur for my birthday., The room was very disappointing and there were not other options so we moved the next day to Raj Niwas Hotel. This was a very pleasant surprise. It is in the same area Lal Ghat, just around the corner and the room we have is very large and we have a private balcony overlooking the lake. Awesome!
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Dec 22 – Jodhpur to Udaipur
Today we spent a leisurely day at the Devi Bhawan catching up on email and the blog. We leave for Udaipur by bus at 2pm. We are waiting for the electricity to come back on so I can get back online to add more to the blog.
Left Jodhpur on a tourist bus – not very 'touristy', but what can you …
... enjoyed watching the movie as it was a bond I had not seen and it was cool to see places we currently were visiting. December 22 - I went to a neighbouring restaurant for breakfast so I could use the wifi and had some possibly suspect chicken sausages. I was able to skype with mom and dad though and describe the palm reading. Ironically I was heading next to a cooking class they took then years earlier. The cooking class at the spice box was a well ...
... meal we get chatting with the owner and agree to return tomorrow for a cooking class with him. Bellies full we venture back out into the crazy streets and see what's on offer at the numerous shops that line the roadside, being mindful of fearless motorbikes and ill placed piles of cow dung. Slowly we make our way back to our hotel where I take a digestive nap, Connie reads and Alex sun's herself by the pool. Traveling through India is hard work. Continuing with ...
... vegetable mixtures. Wanted a lassi but had to settle for a mango milkshake .
Off at 1815 for platform 7 to board the 12963 Mewar Express. Platform life consisted of people sitting on the concrete, boxes everywhere, families having dinner and some asleep. Checked out the middle berth set up procedure.
Walking into a cabin ...
... where we met David from work to get the metro to Delhi city centre to meet Alex (and Rijesh as he was driving). The metro was surprisingly clean, organised and air-conditioned. There is also separate women carriages, which was quite interesting. As we were travelling with David we were allowed in the men's carriage. Rijesh drove us to Delhi station, we arrived just 15 minutes before departure and could not find out names listed anywhere. In panick ...