Gulaab Niwaas Palace
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Our itinerary for today goes like this.
After breakfast drive to Pushkar, en-route visit to Elkingi (Temple complex), Nagda (Group of Jain Temples), on arrival in Pushkar transfer to Hotel. Overnight at Hotel.
Pushkar is a town of Rajasthan in India and well known as a Hindu religious center. It even has various sacred temples. Pushkar is located on the shores of Pushkar Lake and has five main temples along with other small temples and ...
... lie and cheat to get your money, in an underhand way are the ones who don’t deserve our respect, that’s all. They say that India is a hard place to travel, and it certainly is, but with the struggles we also get wiser, stronger, more confident as a couple and are able to not let the little things get in the way of having a fabulous time. That said it would be good if the Delhi belly would give us just a little break for a while, that would be nice! Ha ha!
... throughout India, but most were destroyed by Muslim invaders who considered the depictions idolatrous. The theory is that these were spared because they weren't discovered by the invading armies (Khajuraho is comparatively off the beaten path and then once the jungle covered the buildings up they were preserved). Other than the carvings, the shape of the temples is also pretty interesting since they're so different compared to the rectangular shape that India (and the ...
... complete until the pilgrim bathes in the sacred waters of Pushkar Lake; indeed, the city is so sacred that no meat, alcohol or eggs are allowed within the city. We had an orientation walk around Pushkar, including the Lake and ghats and also the the 14th century Brahma temple. We walked along the lake (30 ft. away from it) and them came to a restaurant where we had a vegetarian ...
... really started to feel like we were getting close to the end of our trip. It was very tough to say goodbye again once we got back to Barcelona but it was time to keep going and Germany was our next stop. First city in Germany was Berlin. We took a walking tour of the city and I have to say that I learned a lot about how the second world war started and how a group like the nazis could be elected. We learned about the Berlin wall and saw many different important sites around the ...