Shiv Niwas Palace
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... was to say the least, life changing.
• Taking in a city view at night from Nahargrarh Fort.
Before we knew it day ...
... is a royal garden patio amidst of Lake Pichola. Tourists avail ferry services from Bansi ghat jetty to reach Jag Mandir. The garden is extremely well decorated and impeccably maintained and offers a picturesque view of the lake and the city, especially during sunset. There are few wings of Jag Mandir like:
· Gul Mahal
· The gateway with curved elephant statues
· Garden courtyard and Darikhana
· Bara Patharon ka ...
... had some dinner where I think ive had my spiciest curry so far and I got Giri to teach me how to eat the indian way seeing how he thinks English people eat with "tools" haha so he told e to only use my right hand and to break the bread between my fingers and scoop the curry into it, with rice you have to grab a small handful and keep twisting it around before it comes like a solid ball then use it to pick up the curry, was ...
Day 3 in Udaipur - have kind of got in the routine of getting up really early!! Was up at 0730 & Yvonne & I decided to go for a run at the local park. There were loads of locals walking around getting there morning exercise fix. We did have a few strange looks, especially from the men, we were in our running kit & they were all dressed in their winter thermals. It was a large park with a zoo, not ...
... packed with worshipers, and we all joined our host families for Diwali parties.
During the night, we enjoyed the bangs and flashes in the sky, but during the day, we discovered Jaipur, once the hometown of Mughal generals, is now one of India's premier industrial cities. As we visited factory after factory, we asked, "Who buys your goods?" Again and again, they answered, "We export them to America." At a recycled cotton paper