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mount abu

Mount abu is a hill station.It is very beautiful place to visit in Summer.

permalink written by  ray121 on May 29, 2012 from Udaipur, India
from the travel blog: mount abu



Udaipur

We made our way to Mumbai on the train, and caught a flight into Udaipur which was so worth the money or else it would have taken us about 3 days overland to do the same trip. The Lake is what all of the guide books talk about. And it was beautiful. We visited the Palace Museum, and other...

permalink written by  mich_and_dan_moors on April 21, 2011 from Udaipur, India
from the travel blog: mich_and_dan_moors's Travel Blog



Como Maharajas...

Aunque el origen de las gentes del Rajasthan es muy diverso, por más de 1.000 años el territorio estuvo bajo el control de los rajputs, clanes guerreros “hijos del Sol” (Rajput: Hijo del Sol), que todavía usan esos coloridos turbantes y tiene prominentes bigotes rizados. Con la llegada de...

permalink written by  Paso a Paso on November 30, 2010 from Udaipur, India
from the travel blog: PASO A PASO



Udaipur... pretty white building in a lake, but great hunting lodge!

The next morning we were up and on our way for the long 7 hour drive to Udaipur with the now common road-side stop for lunch. This place was the best of very few. Not many tourists drive from Jaipur to Udaipur as it is much easier to fly. The food was strange and not that good, but when you...

permalink written by  ECRadventure on February 6, 2010 from Udaipur, India
from the travel blog: ECRadventure's Travel Blog



Udaipur

Our train took us once again through the slums of Mumbai, but this time during the day. We got to see the reality of how 70% of people in this world, living in shack I can only describe as the kind you might have made as a kid, with scraps from the back of the shed. Some lived in makeshifts...

permalink written by  Capto on January 2, 2010 from Udaipur, India
from the travel blog: Two months in Limbo



20 December 09 – 25 December 09

Se dice que Udaipur es el pueblo más romántico en India. ¡Quizás tienen razón! Cuando llegamos, tuvimos la suerte de que nuestro conductor de rickshaw nos llevó al otro lado del puente. Esto hizo una diferencia inmensa ya que ese es el lado calmado y pacífico de Udaipur. Un pequeño...

permalink written by  patryandjose on December 20, 2009 from Udaipur, India
from the travel blog: Resumen de dónde estamos y para dónde vamos? - Summary of where we are and where are we going to?



Day 3-10. A messy week in Northern India!

Ok, apologies first for not updating the blogs, we've been in places where the internet is about as popular as a clean street in Delhi. Anyways, we left Delhi to head to Agra to see the Taj Mahal. The place is amazing from the outside but the inside isn't anything special. We were there long...

permalink written by  Kav & Sara on November 27, 2008 from Udaipur, India
from the travel blog: Round the world trip!!



Venice. Not.

Udaipur. The Venice of the East. Just without the gondolas. Or canals. Or Cornettos. But it's actually quite nice. Fairly peaceful (these things are all relative) and a bit cooler. The focal point is Lake Pichola, and the two man-made islands on it. One is Jagmandir Island, which is home to a...

permalink written by  phileasdogg on September 25, 2008 from Udaipur, India
from the travel blog: Planes, Trains & Taxiwallahs



Animals

Not sure why, but it suddenly occurred to me last night that there was one animal I haven't seen since being here. I've seen most creatures that stepped onto Noah's Ark in the last couple of weeks - camels, elephants, deer, assorted rodents, enough dogs to feed China for a month, and thousands...

permalink written by  phileasdogg on September 25, 2008 from Udaipur, India
from the travel blog: Planes, Trains & Taxiwallahs



Taboo or not taboo

There aren't many conversational taboos out here. Strangers will happily ask how old I am, how much money I earn, but they seem most interested in my relationship status. Here's a verbatim conversation that a local guy struck up with me in a cafe yesterday. Him: So you are married? Me: No,...

permalink written by  phileasdogg on September 25, 2008 from Udaipur, India
from the travel blog: Planes, Trains & Taxiwallahs



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