Hotel Pushkar Palace
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... the climb in droves, many barefooted and many elderly people having to climb the 800 or so steps using hands and feet. When we reached Sandeep's tea house (the name is Base Camp, if you're ever in the neighborhood) we sat down with him and glasses of his wonderful herbal tea. He explained to us that before the British, tea plants were not grown in India. The tea he makes is an herbal mixture of cardamom, black pepper, ginger, cinnamon, three kinds of basil and ...
... and learning here we are activating parts of our consciousness which we
are not as familiar with as we will hopefully learn to be. This place is like a
work out for the mind, body and soul without having any of the ubiquitous
characteristics of a traditional, structured ashram.
So, bye for now, love to each and every one of you. It goes
without saying that these two old hippies have been thinking about you all.
Love to you all be, be in touch again soon.
Dan and Scotty xx
... photography. We headed to the one corner were there was more activity than the others. This was where the priests of the lake praised the pilgrims and tourists. We sat amongst them as the holiness filled the air. A man dressed in white spotted us and approached us offering his praises for us. We're not big on religion, but when in Rome....He separated us as we aren't married and sent Maya off to another "consultant." My priests eyes darted around as he got me to repeat his ...
... tuktuk drivers, really annoying! After loosing most of them, we eventually settled on the Hotel White House (no, not that one but a white house nonetheless).
... colored cheese-puffs. One of the gentlemen took some of his puffed rice pieces and handed them to me. With only the thought of, "These look kind of stale, but ok, I'll try one", I popped one in my mouth. It was only as the puffed rice was dissolving on my tongue that I realized this was not for eating. This was an offering for the gods of the temple. I had just EATEN THE OFFERING FOR THE GODS.
I blushed. I looked horrified, ...