Goyal Inn Hotel
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... but that's probably for the best as I needed to give my liver a rest. Also, there's no meat but it's India so there's still plenty to eat, and I've developed a taste for chai tea.
Pushkar is as cool as they come, though there's not much to do, but the longer you stay here the more people you know. I can see how some might succumb to its song and stay here just a bit too long, if you know what I mean. So tomorrow we leave and head further west from here, to the desert city of ...
... for the temple and there was no charge. He showed us a few parts of the temple and where to give a portion of the flowers to the main statue. Once outside we collected our bag and when I pulled out money to tip the guy he again said it wasn't needed and that he would take us to the ghat where we would leave the rest of the flowers. Now this started to sound a bit off as we had been told about prayer ceremony scams and to say we would be doing it later with Govind but I ...
... somewhere between that and it reaching my hand he'd spirited away ₹30. I pulled him up on it and he handed it over like it had never happened and I know is only 30p but come on, it's the principle! But this death barrel thing. Oh em gee, it's the best 30p I've ever spent! You're sat in this rickety stadium type thing with portions of the floor patched up with tree branches and you wonder if ...
... skin and amazing good looks (he told me to write that, ha ha!) but we didn’t
know just how fascinating we could be….
We passed a long precession of men walking down the side of
the road, dressed in white with turbans wrapped around their heads. The sweet
floral smell of flowers jumped up our nostrils and as we passed the men we saw
flowers being cast onto the road for the men at the front of the group to walk
on, and it was this that was ...
... a charming tiny place called The Laughing Buddha perched
up high on the sunny balcony ate a delicious home-made veggie breakfast, and
chocolate cookies straight from the oven, yum yum! There was a pet turtle there
who walked up and down the balcony, pooing on the rug, eurgh, ha ha The owner
was a really lovely guy, who takes in volunteers for the local school, and we may
go back and have a chat with him about that if we have time here to share some
stories with ...