The Lalit Laxmi Vilas Palace Udaipur
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... anyway). It was under construction and there was nothing to see but the view made it worthwhile. We were starving by now so power walked down and found the one bakery in town for breakfast. Udaipur was the city where the James Bond film Octopussy was filmed and everywhere had signed advertising free movie showings in the evening, the Bakery included. When we asked however we got the excuse that it was low season and the TV was broken. Willem was tired so went for ...
... The next day we planned to visit some
Indore sights but we didn't quite make it. Movie day it was to
hopefully rest and stay out of the heat which makes things worse,
before our second night train. AC2 again but this time we had two
upper beds; ok for sleeping but not great the next morning when you
want to move about and sit rather than lie down but thankfully the
train attendant said we could use the upper and lower side as no one
was booked in ...
... of an opportunity for local artists to display their wares. He then took us to the Royal gardens that the King of the time was said to have built for his daughter. The water being pumped out in the photos does not involve any sort of electrical pump. It is gravity fed from the lake some 100 meters away. Fascinating I thought. We ventured to the museum on our last night where they had a show under the stars of traditional dancing and puppetry which is ...
... total $1300 Eaton Smart Hotel Delhi airport 5hrs IND 6458 Picked up from where we got of the Plane and helped through Imigration customs and booked into our room We arrived 5.30 am and were through customs and at the hotel by 7am Our Jet Airways flight to Udaipur leaves at 2.55 and arrives 4.15pm We have a driver waiting to take us to the Jagat Niwas Palace Hotel 26th Feb Udaipur Hotel really good, their interpretation of twin beds is single sheets on beds together. ...
... off the road while telling the folks in the back seat how Schumacher was his idol, and his ****** little hatchback was his Ferrari. Total ******. However, aside from these little issues, Udaipur was pretty close to perfect.
Next we were off to Rajkot, in Gujarat state, where Pat's friend in NZ had arranged for us to stay with his family. How would Gujarat compare to Rajasthan? Would Indian hospitality stretch to welcoming four dusty, unshaven Kiwis? ...