Udiapur

After not sleeping much, we made it through the night to Udiapur which is a quiet town of only 230,000 people compared to the million populated cities of India. After we stepped off the bus we got a ricksaw to hotel near the lake and after filling out the paper work we both passed out for a couple of hours. When we awoke we had breakfast and got a ricksaw to the station and tried to arrange a train ticket but failed cause no one would help so we asked the ricksaw driver to take us to a bus company via the local tourist office (who was quite helpful. After which we returned and walked around the place up to the palace and the back streets. After which we sat on the roof of the hotel and I started teaching Debs how to play chess and slowly watched the sun go down before returning to our room where we got changed and had dinner in the hotel next doors roof restaurant of which the food and the view of the palace was excellent.

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