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Capturing moments that will stay with us forever: Udaipur

August 17th 2015
Udaipur, its former nickname - the white city (although now more of a mix of yellow and blue homes), is only a couple hours away from Chittaugarh. A more laid back and maybe more touristy city than other places we've visited, but somehow still retaining its charm. Udaipur is probably one of the most beautiful places we've visited so far in India, with the huge lake Pichola complete with former pal ... read more
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Indian Flag The Indus Valley civilization, one of the oldest in the world, dates back at least 5,000 years. Aryan tribes from the northwest invaded about 1500 B.C.; their merger with the earlier Dravidian inhabitants created the classical Indian culture. Arab in... ... read more
9th November 2015

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The women look so beautiful and colorful in their saris! So glad you got a good guide this time and bought great clothes without a hassle! But yikes, that 'fortune-teller' story was pretty scary. Ren's comment on the 'namaste hands' was brilliant. And I guess there were more tourists here because it was so gorgeous and had boat rides, a cable car and lots of rooftops. Lovely images!
11th November 2015

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I do miss seeing these women impeccably dressed in their colourful saris, it simply had us in awe. Saying this, we feel the same at the minute. We are in Cartagena, Colombia and we just love the colour here. Yes I agree, understandably sooner or later these picturesque places start attracting people. Apart from a little hassle (i.e. the gripping fortune teller) we still enjoyed the whole experience of being in Udaipur.

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