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Arrived 5 am into Jaipur station to find no pick up from the Pearl Palace Heritage Guesthouse despite having rung ahead to confirm it. 2 calls later a young lad looking about 14 yrs old approached and displayed a pink piece of paper saying 'PEARL PALACE and JUDITH KNOTT' in bold capitals. He blamed his late arrival on the traffic which under normal circumstances would have been plausible, but at 5 am, the streets were relatively clear! He ...
... how else to say this other than Pushkar was a bit of a disappointment for me. After hearing of the religious significance I was hoping that it would have a spiritual feel similar to Rishikesh, but when we got there and walked around I found it to be full of cheap tourist shops, with a lot of hassle from the shop keepers, very dirty ghats around the central lake in town and I didn't get any sense of depth to the place. By this time we had been on the road for a while so ...
... highly recommend that everyone does this at some point! To reward ourselves for a hard mornings effort we had a little nap until noon. Soni then came to pick us up and show us and the Italian group around some more. We were taken the Royal Cenotaph which holds the tombs of some of Jaipurs important Maharajas. Here we decided to get some henna done because...when in India! (We found out later that we had been yet again ripped off, and now have the reminder on our hands for the next ...
... of India, giving the bears a new home and educating the Kalandar gypsies who have poached them. They go into the Kalandar community talk to them, offer them and their families assistance in exchange for their bears. As it is now illegal, if they are caught they will be punished but it is the only source of income for them sometimes. If they give the adult bear up, they will not be punished ( they will for young bears because it's been illegal a while) and Wildlife ...