Bijay Niwas Palace
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... 8221;. This
bloke has it sussed methinks.
It is a good moment to mention food. We are keen on the
Indian variety which is just as well as there is sod all else here apart from
fruit. Eating on this journey has been an absolute delight. We have experienced
some sensational meals usually in the seediest looking places. We decided early
on to give up on the meat as, despite the claims made on the menu, there was no
... of us. We hopped a Jeep to visit more remote farming areas around the village, walking around the tomato plants and hearing about how queens were burned with their cremated husbands, and if someone owned land, they could have someone grow crops, and they would split the produce 50/50. After the farm tour, we settled on a bridge watching the sunset with masala chai tea and ...
... the town and the lake in the middle. Some of the monkeys looked a little intimidating but they kept their distance. Unlike the monkeys at the temple in Jaipur, these ones had very long thin tails and black faces. We eventually made our way back down to the town centre were we walked through to get back to our hotel. We were a little tired after our early morning excursion so we got a tuk-tuk back to the hotel where we had breakfast and then sat by the pool. ...
... away and saying no thanks. We went down to one of the ghats, and sure enough, we were approached by a fake holy man. He did the requisite prayer ritual with us and said that of course we can donate whatever we want. He placed the saffron dot on our foreheads and the thread bracelet on our wrists. He thought that Dylan was my son; to be expected, really. I gave him Rs 50 (equal to less than $1.00 for both of us.) He wanted more than that! Dylan had nothing foreign to give, ...
... after the rather long drive from Jodhpur we only had a half day in Puskar before continuing on to Udaipur. The sights weren't too extensive but it was fun to take in the backpacker hippy vide of the town. Pushkar is one of numerous places in India and Nepal so popular with Israeli travelers that most signs are in Hebrew as well as English, a good place to mellow out for an extended period of time after completing stressful military service is suppose.