Hotel Pushkar Palace
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Now here's a little piece of Indian paradise. A quaint town where the narrow streets are dirt and dust, where people walk, take tuk tuks and scooters. No cars get into the core of the city. The streets are lined with wonderful shops that cover the spectrum of goods and services – shoes, silver, books, textiles, yoga classes, hippy coffee …
So here we are, arriving to one of themost romantic cities in all of India.....what a let down. The palace that backed our guest house is gorgeouse, but the city is big, load and dusty, not quite romantic.
After spending a few days wandering around we are ready to get a move on, the beach is getting closer and so is my birthday.
Well here I am in India, a walking magnet for extremely well mannered Indian men who are desperate to show me Rajasthani handicrafts or offer me guided tours to places I have no interest in going. So to summarise what I have done: New Delhi - 2 nights. Was better than I thought, but then I went in with the expectation that on the way from the …
agreed that he would drive us there to look at his place and if we
didn't like it he would drop us back. We went with him in his tuk tuk to
his place and had a look around it was much cleaner and cheaper but it
was far away from anywhere. When Peter said that we didn't want it, he
wouldn't drop us back.
Luckily we had a number for another place and we called it and they sent
someone to collect us for free. When the guy turned up he was on ...
... the celebrations were starting to begin due to their Independence day. Afterwards we made our way back to the resort for an early night however being in budget accommodation we had to accept the generator right outside the room and the cold ...