Shiv Niwas Palace
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... presumably because of a lack of water so it was no wonder it didn't look much lived in. The white marble tomb within its walls has stunningly intricately carved panels, columns and roof supports, and was for us a star attraction.
At Jodpur we visited Jantar Mantar an 18th century observatory. But so thrillingly and unusually constructed are the various stone instruments that they look like 21st century sculptures. Jodpur is known as the blue city as it's old part ...
... well. Went to the station, waited for ages then got yelled at and told to go away because we forgot our passports. Went back later on with them, waited another hour and still no trains!! Driving us crazy. Have gone on waiting list for emergency seats but probably won't get them. Home an in bed from about ...
Today started with rearranging the back packs. Bevan is taking home my large backpack and I will continue on with my small daypack. We totally re-pack, it is amazing how everything fits now, even the additional shopping. Nice I will enjoy only using my daypack once Bevan heads back to Australia. We have been looking at miniature paintings for the last few days, we have decided to head back to the first shop we went to a couple of days ago. This ...
... them himself and the price is extremely low at 15 rupees per puppet.
I highly recommend this fun evening before you depart for the next stop on your journey. It truly was worth the money, time, and mediocre view from the side seats. If I had the chance to return to Udaipur, I would not hesitate to see this show again; though I'd definitely give that throw pillow half a chance. Go. See it for yourself. You will not be ...
... station timetable and our train is running ten minutes early...we are amazed - do trains ever run early? We need to get to platform 5. We are in luck, there is an escalator here. We make our way across the bridge and stand on the filthiest platform ever. There is a cow wandering along it, busy leaving steaming dollops all over the place, and there is litter strewn everywhere. At the side of the platform a young boy is peeing on the tracks. No wonder they have rats here...Ian tells ...