The Raj Palace Grand Heritage Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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My much needed relaxation had come to an end in Udaipur. I had procrastinated so much about where to go next I think I lost five years of my life. There were a number of locations I wanted to explore but something just kept on pushing me North. Udaipur is in the southern region of Rajasthan which is an enormous state with a very colourful if not violent history which mostly revolved around who had or could build the biggest palace. But I had always wanted to come here and ...
... with a couple of drivers who wanted to charge us 4 times the advised price. Another driver agreed a much lower price much to the annoyance of the others who reduced their price as we walked away.It was a bit cramped with 4 of us but we careered along in the rush hour traffic quite happily. We then had another meal in town,this time a South Indian speciality,a thali. Very full we tumbled into bed for another early start at ...
... It is draped with beautiful cloth, dipped in the Ganges and then placed onto the fire of the funeral pyres. If the spirit is pure, it will go to heaven. If not, the spirit will go to hell for punishment and then return to earth in another body. If they had sinned, the soul would be born to suffer as an afflicted human being or a lower animal form.
The culture shock lessened after 3 or 4 days....but do not get me ...
... photobombs. We decided to do a custom car tour across the state with the company Rajasthan Tours By Car and were fortunate enough to have an excellent driver by the name of Vijandra who would often stop by at random places to show us 'off the beaten track' things that most other tourists wouldn't normally get to see. So here's what we did. 1. JODHPUR Stepping into Jodhpur felt like stepping into a city in the Middle East, The majority of the houses were ...
... off into the desert by himself, leaving us to wonder where Mark had gone. Meanwhile at Pelham and Uli's, Giereann thrashed Polly at badminton and volleyball. After a couple of hours the pain kicked in, and at risk of giving too much detail I couldn't sit down properly for 3 weeks afterwards! We were thankful for a picnic lunch, serenaded in the shade by Mark and Sebastian's one hit wonder "Sitting on the Dock of the Bay" on the guitar. Suitably rested, we hopped ...