The Royal Retreat Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... mit Erbsen und Schafskäse
1 Portion süßliche 'Thali Sauce'
1 Portion scharfe 'Thali Sauce'
1 Portion Joghurt (um die Schärfe zu kompensieren)
Im Bezug auf Essen habe ich doch schon einiges hier in Indien erlebt, aber so etwas ist mir wirklich noch nie passiert! Es ist wirklich ein besonderes Erlebnis. So gut das Essen auch ist, aber irgendwann kann ich nicht mehr. Freundlich kann ich die hilfsbereiten Kellner abwimmeln, obwohl diese mir immer wieder ...
... sunset I have seen in India probably the best sunset I've actually seen in quite a while.
Set along a lake surrounded by the rolling hills of Aravalli, Udaipur boasts a plethora of palaces, temples and countless majestic sites. Home to one of the most expensive hotels in the world, the Lake Palace Hotel on Jagniwas Island was built in the mid 1700's as a royal summer palace. Unless you are willing to pay the thousands of dollars a night, you like myself ...
... really my fault for venturing off Indian food. After shopping we headed back to the hotel to meet the palm reader. I was really excited and volunteered to be first. I got a good vibe from him and he took my birth details and closed his eyes to process my soul! A ton of the stuff he said about me was dead on and almost had me welling up with tears it was so accurate. I did question his prediction I will have a son but he was really adamant. In the end I walked away with ...
... visit. A great history of the Maharajas and their great constructions. Lach had had a cold and a bad cough from up north and is hopefully recovering. We catch up with Alicia on Friday night. Lach has been counting down the days till he sees his mum. Gemma found a Tibetan nunnery to stay at until she meets us next week in Mumbai. We are now in Udaipur on Lake Pichola with our hotel overlooking the beautiful ...
... in awe.
While Rishi bought us entrance tickets, Kevin, as usual, examined the local vendors' wares. Fascinated, we watched as he tried a cross between a sitar and a violin. Disappointed, he bought a hat instead. Instantly, hat-wallahs realized they had missed prey, and swarmed Kevin. To their bewilderment, Kevin was willing...to trade his new hat away! Three vendors later and ten rupees richer, Kevin had settled on a turban.