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... case study visit in there to Barefoot
College oh and a trip to an Animal Aid stray dog sanctuary. All of it wonderful and eye opening. There
was cramped seating in a sleeper bus with three fun ladies who gave us toe
rings and buttermilk. No language was shared but laughter and somehow we
understood each other. The train home
was fun, complete with origami lessons with everyone sharing our berth and hair
braiding, but then ended with ...
... hotels and houses. I don't know many people who could have negotiated those roads without incident.
It's now 9pm and I have spent a fantastic 5 hours on the roof. Taking in the scenery, watching the sun go down, FaceTiming with my MUCH older sister, talking to other travellers and the staff. I got chatting with 2 very lovely young ladies from London. They are leaving for Varanasi tomorrow and home the same day as me. They ...
... some steep steps up from the street to get to it. We had to do the usual and remove the flip flops and leave them with the shoe man who would want some payment when you got them back on the way out.
There were some nice carvings on the outside of the temple, but first we thought we would have a look inside, as there seemed to be a prayer session going on which consisted of lots of people sat on the floor of the temple and singing while others banged drums, it was very ...
... chanting inside and clearly enjoying themselves. The women sang the first part and the men responded in kind. It was a lot of fun. The temple itself was decorated similarly to Khajuraho with repeated carvings and erotic motifs. Finally we took a boat ride on Lake Pichola which was pleasant but by this point, the guide just sat on his own texting. He was a complete tosser. We visited the other island on the lake (the first is our ...
Saturday 25th January 2014
- Another rough nights sleep on the sleeper bus but we did manage to catch some shut eye. The bus dropped us off on a deserted main road somewhere in Udaipur at 5:30am. We then trekked across town towards Lake Pichola and the Lal Ghat district where most of the guest houses were located.
- We checked into the Lal Ghat Guest House, an amazing hotel with a central courtyard and lake side views. Went for a kip as it was still early then ...