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39 ~ Cruise around Lake Pichola : Udaipur

No, it was “sit on the right-hand side”


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Down to the Promenade to board for the hour long cruise around Lake Pichola. Somehow, I had in my mind “sit on the left-hand side of the boat” ... No, it was “sit on the right-hand side” as it goes around the lake anti-clockwise. I should have realised this from watching the boats last night!

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Jag Mandir

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Garden of Taj Lake Palace (also known as Jag Niwas island)

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Gangaur Ghat

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Garden of Taj Lake Palace (also known as Jag Niwas island)

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City Palace

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A stop at Jag Mandir / Magar Ghat was included. Only needed 25 minutes here and that was enough to wander around.

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Back aboard, life jackets on for the short distance back to the pier.

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Jag Mandir

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City Palace

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Off to the next stop - Sahelion ki Bari

Posted by bruceontour 00:14 Archived in India Tagged udaipur lake_picola

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