Goyal Inn Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pushkar
... sacred by the Hindus. Lots of pilgrims make the journey to pray & to bathe in the holy lake. There were lots of market stalls. It is also well known for the camel fair they have every year where thousands of people come to every year & prices in hotels double or triple. Pushkar is one of the oldest cities of ...
... my constant discomfort, I heroically persevere, and we spend a couple of days discovering the delights of Jaipur. These include lots of shopping streets where bossy proprietors just about order you into their shop. "Come in! Come on, quick sir, quick! Just look! Hey you, where you from?! Come here now! Looking is free!”
“Well it’s not free is it, because I have to listen to you trying to talk me into buying every piece of **** you’re selling that ...
We got Pushkared. We had no intention of going there, we had decided early on it was one stops on the aggressive LP itinerary that we would skip, but I got lured in by the good reviews we heard from some other travelers in Agra. It sounded like it would be really different from the rest of Rajasthan. More spiritual and less historic. It was becoming evident that we probably wouldn't make it to Varanasi, so I thought we should make a stop here - plus, I was ...
... off, we walked around the lake before the ceremony. The ground was rough and covered in bird excrement. Later we did our ceremony, which was very beautiful in soothing. It culminated with us throwing our flowers and spices into the lake and making a prayer. Feeling rather refreshed and holy, we walked around the adorable town of Pushkar. As always, there were many cows, tuk tuks, monkeys and people, but Pushkar is rather quiet and tranquil (for ...
... full and recentred we were ready to tackle a semi-circumnavigation of Pushkar through the small market streets. We had been warned about the safety of wallets and after our first experience we were on heightened alert, but in fact we found the markets relaxed, the people friendly and not pushy and we had an interesting walk. We observed piles of coloured powder used for cosmetics, vats of amazing fried foods, stalls of colourful textiles and a ...