Sajjan Bagh Resort
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... end of a long path, we eventually came to a series of beautiful white buildings built along a stream coming from the hills above. Set between two large rocks, the temple itself lay at the back, by a small waterfall that fed the stream as it almost circled the building before heading down. This was absolutely without a doubt, one of the most peaceful, tranquil places I'd ever been to.
After a few days of settling in to the Pushkar paced life with total ease, I ...
... The detailing in such paintings are incredible. It is very common for them to feature a elephant for luck, horse for power & camel for love. I have every intention to go back and purchase one. The artist painted a miniature painting on each of our nails. As you can see from the photos he painted roses on my thumb nail & on the boys nails various sex positions!!! We had the optionof taking an art class, but not having an artistic bone in my body I opted against ...
... We just fell in love with the city; we spent our day visiting temples, sipping coffees on a rooftop terrace with views of the lake, watching the sunset, people watching, and generally having a great, relaxing time. We enjoyed tea and cake beside the lake in the evening with our friends. We found a restaurant called “Honey and Spice”, which served healthy, organic meals. We felt like we'd gone to heaven! It had been a really long time since ...
treat indeed, our little bit of serene luxury for 24 hours!
We had a beautiful tent for the night, with an incredible
comfy four poster bed, and the biggest plushest bathroom, we couldn’t believe
that this was actually inside a tent – we were going to be Maharajas for one
night only, so were set to enjoy it.
After some wine, then some more wine, a cooling dip in the
pool (and afternoon nap to sleep off the booze on my part) we had a ...
... it. Kazuki came as well and the 3 of us did the 90 minute walk to the top and reached it just before it closed. The view was really good, you could see the whole town surrounding the lake. It was dark on the way back down and we had all forgotten to bring our head torches so it took about twice as long to get down having to feel our way in the dark.
I was enjoying it in Pushkar so decided to stay an extra day. I enjoyed a thali at a local Indian place then went down ...