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Travel Tip# 9: Don't Drink Indian Rum Well we've been whirling around everywhere so again I have a lot of catching up to do. We arrived to Udaipur on Christmas Eve afternoon did an orientation tour, we do this in every city...we learn where the banks are, good restaurants, honest shops (to be taken lightly) and maps and/or hotel cards to get back. Bus ride was freezing again and we had to listen to this poor kid puke the entire way. The Australians now were going to be ...
Early start to get to Udaipur airport for 7:00 a.m. flight. No problems. Got to Mumbai by 9:00 a.m. Uneventful transfer to the International Airport. Through multitudinous security checks to other side where we relaxed for 4 or so hours until our flight departure to LHR. Very clean, modern and could have been anywhere! Flight the usual misery helped out by three glasses of red wine. Arrived, picked up taxi after rush hour caused delay and home by 745 ...
... attack re the 0445 train trip tomorrow to Ajmer, en route to Pushkar. It is what it is.
Richard has got to be worse than a woman, taking forever to get ready. Finally after 0930 headed off with him and Mark for a meander.
Entered the Jagdish Temple through a side door. It is an Indo-Aryan temple, dedicated ...
... would be flat out in peak season (like Venice), but in June it was perfect. What was not absolutely perfect however was the aftermath of the ****** meals we had eaten the day before at the station and on the train. Subsequently the day was a bit of a write off for Brad, helped immeasurably by the fact that we were staying in a lovely havelli with the most fantastically helpful staff. Highly recommend the Jaiwana Havelli. Next day, while still crook, ...
I had the best sleep ever, out for the count as soon as I lay down and woke feeling fabulous. I checked my phone as I always do in the morning and saw I had received a message from our dear polish friend from last night asking to meet. We showered and sun-creamed, a new addition to a daily routine post sun burn trauma, then headed across the bridge over the lake to the other side of town to try a cafe called Millets of Mewar. Of course you've already guessed it was ...