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... some forests we were into one wide lane of traffic, barely wide enough for tuktuks to pass. The horns started and never finish on these roads. Tuktuks and motorcycles bobbed and weaved amongst the cars and people.
Into the rooms and had a half hour before brekkie. We could see the Taj property on Lake Pichola, gleaming in white, from our room. It was quite a view.
Up for brekkie of toasted tomato and toasted cucumber sandwiches plus a ...
... and some refreshing chaach) which was delicious. We ensured Akash realised what he was missing and hence shared some pics of all that we ate and drank!
The desire for mangoes is hard to resist for people like us and thus we did not miss the Kesar mangoes enroute. We enjoyed some of the 3 varieties of mangoes available in the car and continued to drive with less number of breaks.
Experiences from GQFM made us turn right ...
I know. Long time no write. My sincere apologies especially
since I have so much to tell! Let me
start of course with the visit from Liz.
She arrived safe and sound and on her first day we toured Mumbai. We saw all its grit and glitz from a taxi
window. Traffic and British built towers and the mansion of man who has so much
money he can tear down a slum and build a place he doesn't even live in but
still pays upwards of tens of tens of people to ...
... the streets and hung out at the gateway of
India for a bit. We also found a cinema and decided to see a
bollywood film. 'Queen' was just starting so we went for it and it
was really good; mostly in Hindi with some English and French thrown
in but you didn't need to understand the talking to know what was
On our second day in Mumbai we went for a tour of the
largest slum in Mumbai. Unsure of what to expect and not wanting to
... tasty. The food and drink was a welcome pit stop.
After that it was back in the car for the last two hours of the drive to Udaipur. I quite liked this part of the journey as the scenery was constantly changing. There were some really pretty parts through rolling hills with paddy fields, then through more villages, and then back onto another toll road which took us all the way to Udaipur.
Udaipur was a lot bigger and busier than we expected, the outskirts of the city ...