Sajjan Bagh Resort
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... words which, mostly you probably won't get right until they switch to English but hey. They have a small tray with red powder, yellow powder, rice and flowers on it and they mean different things I don't remember exactly what, I think one is good health, one is good mind, one is good body. I don't think they mean rippling abs. I mean, clearly I already have those underneath this layer of fat. They'll ...
... and the activities they have on include camel dancing, (really!) horse dancing and camel decorating, they also have tomorrow evening a cultural programme which includes a bride and groom competition (we are not entering),
So far in our travels around India this time we have learned that some of the nicest people to chat to are off duty soldiers and policemen. They do not ask you for money or suggest that you provide a donation of some description to ...
... reverberates with the sounds of prayer,
drums, bells and singing as the evening worship begins, it has been magical to
hear and drowns out the incessant beeps of horns for a while at least! We can
both see how the extremely cheap living (our room is under £3 per night) and
abundance of shops and cafes to get lost in make this a key destination for any
long term traveller who has some time to spare.
The town itself is a busy one, but certainly not the ...
... 5 star air con and waiting staff that addressed you as sir, who gave us silk napkins and made us feel like temporary millionaires, and once more we descended into the real world outside. After what seemed to be a decent taxi driver (who had his taxi meter on instead of the usual hassle of haggling over the fare) we realised that actually the meter didn’t move, and was only on display to allow him to enter the gates of the palatial 5 star residence from where he picked ...
... and not pretty at all. Pushkar is a small cute town, lots souvernir shops and even so many tourists. Around the lake are Ghats, a gate with stairs wich leads to the water. A holy place. All Hindu take a bath and wash their clothes/ sarees this is a holy ritual. People halfnaked everywere, even topless old woman! Monkeys and cows around on the stairs! Walking around the lake is prohibited on shoes, we did our best, imagine all the poop and dirt and thus walking on bare ...