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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
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... br> With everything I saw of this landscape, I understood why it was used as the setting of many movies, including the 13th James Bond film, Octopussy!
Once I gathered all my bearings from these incredible vistas, with Michel by my side, we took a walk around the lake and explored ...
... us around the lake and over to Jag Mandir Island, (where they filmed Octopussy).
The island was rather pretty and has been well looked after – you can stay there if you like, but since the coffees were $5 a pop we figured it might be out of our price range! We had a coffee anyway and enjoyed sitting in the fancy restaurant overlooking the iconic elephant statues outside. Nice to have a treat every now and again!
After the boat trip we popped into Ganesh ...
... culture and the happenings around us. On this particular day, this largely meant road construction. We passed through 8 “detours” and our driver gamely battled traffic conditions which made standard Indian traffic look like a Sunday stroll. We later discovered this was in aid of a new 6 lane highway being constructed to better link the main cities of Rajasthan.
In the car, amidst the pandemonium around us we composed and then sang (to ...
... Lots of women tend to get killed in these stories. Such as the story of a daughter of one of the custodians (as rulers of Udaipur were called on account of the fact they believed the princely state of Mewar belonged to a god called Eklingji (a manifestation of Lord Shiva) and they were just looking after it), who was called Krishna. On account of an administration error, and I **** ...
... it treats its animals. Cow protection to me is not mere protection of the cow. It means protection of all that lives and is helpless and weak in the world. The cow means the entire subhuman world". There are over three thousand ‘Gaushalas’ - cow havens - across India - these are charitable trusts which care for old and infirm cows…….you can imagine Graham’s quip in relation to this….There is also ...