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Arrived into our accommodation in an old Haveli late last night and were then kept up till 2am by some Solvakians chit chatting next door – due to the stone construction, sound really travels, so we had to ask them to be quiet in the end, meaning we had a pretty broken night’s sleep. Thus, a massive lie-in till midday was in order!
Most of the rest of the day was spent planning the next leg ...
... said) still laughing it up saying rather loudly as she is hard of hearing and thinks the rest of India are too, "NEW ZEALAND do you know where NEW ZEALAND is??!!!" I usually have to give her a little simmer down signal. This time I had to turn to her and tap her on the shoulder, silence, all two dozen eyes turned to us as they knew that I now knew the purpose of their gathering. I cleared my throat and pursed my lips and tried with ...
... to be the Indian equivalent of the Rose Adage (for you non ballet folks google it!) The next day we took a boat trip around lake Pichola. Udaipur is widely considered the most romantic city in Rajasthan with its gleaming lakes, and so we expected a relaxing cruise around with descriptions of the various beautiful buildings gracing the shores...however our relaxing cruise was in fact a 20 minute speed tour with no descriptions whatsoever and some 'banging' tunes blaring from ...
... time getting between places. Our drivers name was Miraj and he was very friendly but we were immediately suspicious as he seemed to have his own agenda on our trip and instead of asking would just pull up to guest houses telling us to stay there. We were using our lonely planet guide and had already picked our accommodation so were sticking to our guns and made him drive elsewhere. It is well known that drivers get commission for taking us to guest houses ...
... I have seen in India just because it's so bizarre.
The road we were driving on was single lanes but very busy with traffic, in particular plenty of Tata goods carriers, I love these trucks due to the fact that each one is decorated individually by the driver and some of them are really pimped in an Indian style. All of them have 'blow horn please' painted on them (normally at the back) and many are also decked out in marigold garlands too, the main thing is they're all ...