Dear Rabbi Simon,
I hope all well. We arrived at our apartment in Jodhpur. There are various shrines and images of the Buddha… Can we stay here? (The whole country is full of Buddhas, actually.) Should we cover them up? Here is an example:
Hindy in India
From the photo, it would seem that this is decorative rather than intended for worship–particularly since you are (I presume) in an Airbnb-type of accommodation intended for tourists/visitors. Nevertheless, I would advise that you remove from view what you can, and cover over whatever cannot be sequestered away. Try to avoid davening in any room in which the Buddha is depicted (even if it is covered). You may/should return them to their places when you leave.
Enjoy your exotic holiday and return safely! (As Tom Lehrer sang in the 1960’s about “American City”, “Just two things of which you must beware/ Don’t drink the water and don’t breathe the air.”)
Rabbi Rashi Simon