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My birthday awakening was very special; the cry of peacocks in the forest area next to our lake side hotel complimented the call to prayer which woke me from a deep sleep. I was glad to be awake on a beautiful day in the most romantic city in India.* Director's cut* Tracey groans, crankily exclaims some profanity about bloody peacocks and the …
We left Pushkar with a bit more verve and an extra passenger. One of the kindly hotel workers lived en route to Udaipur and so Baba kindly offered the car rather than the gentleman's usual two hour bus commute home to his village after his twelve hour night shift. Baba and our new friend talked excitedly about the election being held today in five …
... Next day we were up early. Playing Brad's sickness card the staff at the Lake Palace had allowed us to check in early, so we were at the private dock before 10am (got to make the most of our time there, hey?). From there it was a whirlwind of an experience, with service like we have never seen before in our lives, nor are we ever likely to. As we docked, a turbaned and bejewelled guard greeted us, shaded us with a regal parasol to the main ...
... Wow. It was funny but did get quiet intense after a few
hours of it.
Thankfully, it felt fun and very much a community thing
here in Udaipur, where as pictures we have seen of others places it
looks a little bit more mental being dragged through rivers of paint
etc. Apart from a few lingering hands, people were just happy and
friendly here with as many westerners floating around the main area
as locals. It almost felt controlled too, with ...
... is about.
Our driver turned out to be the least talkative and friendly Indian we're yet to meet but this might not have been such a bad thing as we preferred him to concentrate on the winding roads - basically one track with two way traffic taking no prisoners. It was interesting to see rural India and pass through the small villages tucked away in the valleys and in the hillsides. Some were thriving while others looked like they had seen ...