Gulaab Niwaas Palace
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... dung really hit the you-know-what! So she put a curse on him, saying that there would never be another temple built to honor Brahma. And to this day the Brahma Temple in Pushkar is the only one in India (or so says the Pushkar Chamber of Commerce). Tons of Shiva and Vishnu temples across the land. Ganesh temples a dime a dozen. But if you want to get in the good graces of the Big Guy himself, you gotta come to Pushkar. It's considered one of the Top Five religious spots ...
... and Australian travelers who all have a hippy, bohemian, anarchistic, misfit, subversive traveler vibe. Half sport dreadlocks and most have tattoos, facial piercings and clothes with holes in them. As you can imagine, they make the place great for people watching. Supposedly many of the Israelis come to India to decompress after their 2-3 years of required Army service. Although there are a few holy men walking around, the Indians look comparatively normal and boring. ...
... front garden chided him and I got my room.
Finally sat down for late lunch at 4pm in the garden courtyard of Alpine Garden restaurant. All the menu had was vegetarian dishes. This is Pushkar, the holiest of the holy, as I was informed. But I could order meat dishes and alcohol if I ask very discreetly. Uhmmm...I think I better not, not sure if the meat is even fresh, considering everyone here is a vegetarian.
... to make the distance.
Surprisingly the journey itself flew by. When we eventually stopped we weren't too sure if we had reached Pushkar or not, as the bus driver proceeded to speak a load of things in Hindi before telling us to get off. Fortunately for us there was another English guy called Bish who knew which direction to head in.
As we walked towards the town we got to know more about Bish and the travels he had been on. Once we had reached the hotel he was ...
... are in Goa but I think it had something to do with our huge road trip through Rajahstan in the short time we did it. Also Ant was too scared to rent a motorbike. Don't tell him I said that. I am now sitting on the top bunk of a 2nd class sleeper train back to Mumbai. I guess this part of the trip could have been called: "There and Back Again". Yes, that has a ring to it doesn't it? We are scheduled to arrive in Mumbai around 9pm. So when we actually arrive around 11pm we will ...