Hotel Raunak International
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... We also managed to squeeze in a famous lassi here and saw another fort and palace. Apparently Monsoon, Harrods and Stella McCartney get their materials there! Udaipur was next, definitely our favourite place so far: the "Venice of the East". It surrounds a lake with amazing mountain views. Our tour leader Javed lives here and surprised us with a meal in his family home, cooked by his mother and sister in-law. And... We only bloody casually bumped into Joe and Rob - which we ...
Today we visited the Lotus Temple. It was weird waking up with only half of the group left but we all ventured out at 9am. It wasn't the same viewing the temple without knowing anything about it because our tour guide wasn't with us but it was still nice. The temple is like the opera house in design and was completed in December of 1986. After this we visited the India gates where we were surrounded by ...
... drinking tsing tao, baltika, and kingfisher. From wearing shorts to long sleeves and coats, and then back to shorts. Understanding China Russia and India for the opportunities they possess, and building an invaluable base of contacts in all three. BRIC has been unbelievable. I thank my parents for supporting me financially (and sometimes mentally) throughout this entire process and making it possible for such an amazing opportunity to actually become a reality. I ...
... Florence (mix up with the rooms again - but soon sorted out) and then drove round for a quick orientation tour to prepare us for tomorrow.
Dinner at the hotel as we were quite tired from our early start. Met 3 other people in the dining room who were setting out on a Peregrine tour tomorrow. We promised not to give them any information about the tour - good or bad - unless they specifically ...
... market the items won't burn a hole in your pocket. Bartering is of course obligatory and fun. You can buy anything from silk or cashmere pashminas... embroidered bags... hand made clothing and shoes... hand carved rosewood sculptures... to delicious spices that tease and test your sense of smell. As well as the stalls, there are open cafes where you can sample Indian food, again from different parts of India. If I wasn't going globe trotting for the next 2.5 months, I ...