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... where we saw how the miniatures were done, and were shown some fabulous pieces...which resulted in considerable lightening of the wallet...
By this time we were all quite tired and decided to skip the city walk. We went instead to a nearby park, which we were told was a park for the maharani and her retinue of women. Unlike the palaces which were maintained by the royal family, this one was maintained by the government - the difference was stark.
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... Hotel' and then stopped further round the lake at another palace, with marble elephant entrance and decorated with marigold chains for Ganesh's birthday celebrations. This was one of my highlights of Udaipur. The hotel had cooking lessons and because there wasn't loads of stuff to see i signed myself up, not realising it was for me and scott, eventually he came round to the idea and was stood ...
... was a roof top bar just opposite our hostel, where we had another vodka and got talking to a group of really nice guys, one is called Marcin and is from Poland but travelling through Asia on his own. All in all a saved day filled with lovely people and a gorgeous city, maybe even the most beautiful place we have been so far we love Udaipur already and it kind of reminds me of my home in Germany a big lake surrounded by mountains and little villages. Very ...
... to cross the terrace to get to the rooftop restaurant and when we reached the Mewar Terrace with petals and candles laid out we stopped and I told Lesley that this was where we were eating, normally I don't have to spend money to reduce people to tears but she was happy. We had a really enjoyable evening and reflected on how the past six weeks had been good spending the time together in many different situations. So there ends a perfect day. And yes we got ...
... a ride from him down for a good price at a better comfort level than taking the bus, so we put our bags on the roof and away we went. The jeep filled up a little so we were sharing with other Indians, but it was ok. However the road was very windy and we took is faster than a bus would have gone and as a result I got out at the other end feeling a little queasy.
We were dropped at the state bus station at Abu Road. From there we had to take a tuk tuk to ...