The Leela Palace Udaipur
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We arrived in Udaipur last evening and were met at the banks of Lake Pichola by the Leela Palace boat. Lake Pichola is the largest of the lakes in Udaipur and the hotel we were staying at (The Leela Palace) is on this beautiful lake. After yet another fabulous dinner last night and a restful evening, we threw open the doors of our room this morning …
Another delish breakfast - this time of akuri (Parsi scrambled eggs) and a masala omelette - and we were ready to start our waltz.
The day started with more giggles...as we left the hotel to get the boat, the doorman in full Rajput regalia appeared with an ornate red and gold umbrella to walk us (individually) to the boat, which was all of …
Sufi night was described by Hina as "a casual night of dancing and dinner." She lied to us. The first night, all of the out-of-towners were blown away by the first nights event.
Jeff and I showed up to the party at the time that it was supposed to start-7pm. We quickly discovered that when in India, add, at minimum, one hour to the start …
... men who are friends can and do hold hands over here or walk with arms around each other and aren't gay. I read about it before I arrived but it's very odd to see for a westerner but of course not an oddity here. So I stayed up there for a while then moved next door to another Patio called the Rainbow and other than some short outings over the next couple of days that was my "local" Naveen introduced me to his friend "Lucky" who is married to a Calgarian and lives ...
The last few days have seen us travel across the Thar desert to Jaiselmer (the Golden City), Jodhpur (the Blue City) and now Udaipur, our final destination, the so called White City.
I think we are getting the idea of Hindu and Jain temples, Mogul forts and palaces, high living by the Maharajas and different messages about the Brits, depending on whether they had succeeded in corrupting aforesaid Maharajas.
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