No strollers. Babies are either carried or walk on their own!
Very few tourists either but marvellous countryside and enchanting palaces which will be pictured at a later date. Lots of peacocks and colored glass and glass balls hanging from the ceilings and golden gods.
Yesterday I offered a garland of fragrant pink roses for a friend's mother in a Hindu temple in Udaipur.
There were a group of elderly ladies sitting cross-legged on the floor and singing the most lovely songs to the accompaniment of a drummer.
It was very peaceful.
I bought a miniature of an elephant family and a little drawing of a pink cow.
Today I bought a postcard of a dog drawn by a little boy who was thrilled with his big sale.
We are now in a real palace in Kota - it was designed by an Englishman who had been in Italy - so a complete melange of British, Italianate, and Indian.
Monkey families roam the grounds.
It reminds me a bit of English boarding schools to be honest.
The wiring is interesting and our bedroom ceiling about 28ft high.
Pictures soon - I promise.