The Royal Retreat Resort & Spa
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... Metal bowl (nicer than sounds) £2 Feather dangly earrings £2 Bollywood Hits CD £3 maybe - I love the music out here Eyeliner £1.30 - didn't want to, but I was told it's the best eyeliner in the world... Dress £7.50 (Judy Dench had been in the same shop!) Bangles to go with my dress x12 80p Bindi to go with my dress x4 10p (me, Soph and ViVi have bought nice dresses to wear to a fancy dinner) 2 x suede-esq purses £3.50 Book ('White ...
... perform various dances.
One dance involved three women doing all manner of twirls with fire balanced on their heads. Oh hello, death hazard! I mentally worked out a route including who in the audience would be easier to trample should we need to make a quick escape in the case of accidental inferno. It'd only take one of them to trip, stack it into the crowd and set the small children ...
... back to the palace to go into the Museum. Once there, Cindy, Meena, Vicki and I sat outside, while the others meandered through 5 floors of museum.
When they returned, we walked back to the bus, and took a short drive to the miniature art museum. After watching the master artist at work, we got back on the bus and headed to lunch at the Raaj ...
... lift by trying to fit too many people! Needless to say, this was not the best part of the day and things rapidly improved after we left the hotel. After breakfast, we jumped into a couple of rickshaws and rode into the main square. It was all beautifully decorated with fairy lights and yellow material for the Navratri festival. After a quick orientation walk, we went to visit a local artist, who told us about his work, showed us some traditional painting and ...
... banks, ICICI do a prepaid rupee travel card. It's a bit of a palaver applying. Signed photos, passport etc but has been well worth it. Indian rupees (INR) are a closed currency you can't get them from banks etc in the UK. The exchange rate was so good when I first booked the trip, the INR card allowed me to take advantage of it. You load it by bank transfer, they give you that days exchange rate and your card is loaded. Easy ...