We have made it to Rajasthan and it is everything that we ever imagined India to be. Arriving at the bus station on a cool morning, we were greeted by a friendly man named Jamil. We always have our backs up against the wall when we arrive in a new town. Rickshaw drivers can be little schemers and we never know who to trust.
Jamil seemed nice, he quoted us a fair price to take us to the lake and he was friendly. We loaded in our bags and off we went. As we drove he handed us his book from many satisfied customers. We have seen this form of advertising before and it is an excellent idea. People had amazing things to say about him and for the 6 days that we were in Udaipur, he became a great friend and we are so glad that we got in that Rickshaw on that first day at the bus station.
We knew right away that we were going to love Udaipur.
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