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This led to club libertin lanester a wonderful unplanned evening where we met the lovely and knowledgeable.
He was kind, unassuming and vastly knowledgeable and passionate about the area, without Louise we would never have met him.
A great deal of waffle about the greatest of trips, truly Louise is a master of her craft - her passion and enthusiasm for India are infectious and her knowledge and expert guidance takes you off the well-trod path to the most special and exciting.
Louises opening line in our itinerary was Chloe has a passion for textiles and Alec Needs time to do nothing this is both funny and accurate and made for an excellent basis for our trip!
I urge anyone thinking of taking a trip to India to get in touch with her immediately!A desert fort where you can walk the battlements and palace, sleep in rooms where maharanis once lay, and have private candlelit dinners on the ramparts, it is an astounding experience and one we will never forget.Words cannot describe how special this place is - the breathtaking view of the fort aside, it is the sensitive and clever use of traditional materials and motifs in a modern and original way that sets this hotel apart.The narrow blue streets that teamed with life and laughter (particularly when surrounded by cheeky children armed with wide grins and water pistols) gave way to calm and another type of beauty when we entered Raas which Louise managed to organise for us at hugely.
She suggested we met a friend of hers who runs a local contemporary art gallery so we could compare and ask advice.
Alex Chloe, first timers to India.
Tanuja and had a tour around her gallery and was taken to meet one of the brilliant artists she represents at his studio!He took us into havelis not usually open to the public and to see buildings not listed in any guidebook.Its hard to know where to begin when describing a holiday so special and so seamless as this one.Our next stop at Jodhpur was just as wonderful as Udaipur, it was less sleepy but no less beautiful and we were ready to face the crowds, play Holi and eat more pachoris!Off the beaten track, quieter and even friendlier than the other places we had been so far, we were two of only a handful of tourists in the area.We knew nothing of this place before Louise suggested it and I will be forever grateful she did.This balance of excitement and tranquillity seemed and underlying theme throughout our trip and I know that this was completely Louises doing.Louise arranged for a guide to spend the day with us to see the faded beauty of the crumbling, intricately painted havelis that the area is known for, up close.I will however try to break it down a bit as what we have done should be experienced by everyone and it was entirely through Louises guidance and deep knowledge, understanding and love of India and its people, alongside Quo Vadis efficiency and helpfulness, that.Louise also suggested we make time for the desert park - she was absolutely right!