Travel Blogs from Udaipur
We were glad to move on from here due to lack of things to do and the hotel being a little naff. The hotel organised a car and they had to put the bags on the roof due to its size, we felt it authentic given the area and were confident that it wouldn't rain. We were on our way to Udaipur and had booked a night in the Lake Palace Hotel, one of the most famous Taj hotels where parts of Octopussy and Jewel in the Crown were filmed. You are transported to the ...
... from our luggage. Aw well, I guess that’s the true Indian train
experience. It was a great adventure. Right
Liz?! I know she’s nodding her head and
Love you all and will write again soon…I already know the next
title: Butter melts at room temperature.
Desneige (of snow is starting to melt…)
P.S. Most of these pictures were taken by Liz...since my camera got stolen...great pictures huh!
... the day chilling out in the hotel. I was pretty ready for bed by mid afternoon.
On the 26th we had a lazy start to the day and headed to the Fort Museum. The museum was much like many others we have been to so far in India. The tour took us to the highest point in the fort, which was pretty cool. It was actually the highest point as far as we could see, and the audio tour gave us a rundown of what could be seen in each direction and the ...
... heart out and got a green, hand embroidered piece for a 1/3 of the price!! But this only seemed to make the owner happier as he started dressing clíona in tailered jackets and scarves, just for fun!! And it was! We said thank you and continued shopping!
As we headed up some more streets we came across the city palace, which turned out to be the biggest in Udaipur, so in we went! Inside preparation was taking place for what must have been a ...
16/10/13 - 18/10/13 Udaipur and Chittogarh by Ben We left Mumbai on the afternoon of the 16th and took an overnight sleeper train to reach Udaipur. The train was hot, slow and uncomfortable so, basically, the three things you don't want in any journey. The locals came well prepared for the long journey ahead but we didn't. I watched them eat a big ******* Indian-like Sunday roast whilst I chewed on my fingernails. ...