Shiv Niwas Palace
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... spend most of our time shopping, which doesn't make for good reading. But I did some yoga here, on the hotel rooftop - it wasn't great, too basic but I learnt some new moves, like the Fish... "Good for the womens." I had a pedicure and foot massage, awful, a four year old could've done a better job. I was very annoyed. I also did a cooking class in Udaipur. For those that don't know, I also do an Indian cooking class at home with a lady called Uma. I completed my second ...
... with a couple of pots and to be fair, I find the mere act of balancing **** on your head impressive on account of the fact I can't do it. She wandered around the stage to music whilst waving her arms around like a bad drag queen before receiving some more pots on her head. Ok cool. Good balancing act, lady. You get my applause. But it doesn't ******* stop. By the time she has six pots on ...
... the temple and none of them are similar. The magic of light & shade is really awe inspiring.
SuryaTemple and other Jain Temples are side attractions.
Lunch at local restaurant in Ranakpur.
Arrive Udaipur and transfer to the hotel for dinner and overnight.
Two nights: Ramada Resort & Spa, Udaipur <-changed to Radisson Blu.
Morning drive to Udaipur visiting Ranakpur enroute. Ranakpur - ...
Day 9 After a very lazy breakfast of masala chai and fruit salad, we walked into Pushkar town to run some errands. We were going to collect a cotton top that Kori had ordered yesterday. The colour that she was after hadn't been available so the proprietor said he would make one. We had paid a R50 (50p) deposit. Unfortunately for us the proprietor wasn't in so we had to spend quite some time trying to explain ourselves to the gentleman ...
... pics through the train window because it's too dirty! Arrived at Udaipur, even in the dark it looks quaint, lots of narrow streets and Hindu temples. Staying in a very Indian guest house, it's beautiful! Pics tomorrow. Went to a stunning nearby restaurant called Ambrai for something to eat with beautiful views over the lake. Can't wait to see it in the daylight ...