Bijay Niwas Palace
TripAdvisor Reviews Martina Otel Marmaris
Travel Blogs from Ajmer
... before Jacks going ahead again, because we have to be fully covered up as I said before Jack opted to wear his amazing well fashioned choice of his famous Bob Marley trousers (bought back on that fateful night in Bangkok) much to the groups happiness, he hated it but I secretly think he was wearing them with pride.
After an hour and a half (and a very sore bum!) we made it to the middle of the dessert where little tables and blankets had been laid out and we met ...
Our email war with Mr Singh continues to rage. Information is sketchy. Yet every night we have a place to sleep and every day there is something planned, even if we plan it ourselves. I'm loving the fluidity of our little tour, although others in the group are a little concerned. Day 12 and we are on the way to visit another very impressive fort. As we listen intently to the history, as told by the lonely planet guide, , the following gem is read out ...
Greetings from Rishikesh!
Hi everyone – hope you are all well and everything back home
is good for each and every one of you.
Not sure how long ago it was that we last put an update on,
we’ve totally lost track of time and that in itself is a gift and a pleasure.
My god, where do we start? So much has happened in a few
days, time is moving both quickly and slowly here.
We left our lovely Pushka guesthouse behind and ...
... money from someone in the name of religion, when we are being respectful tourists, eager to learn about new and interesting lifestyles and beliefs is not a respectful or decent way to earn a living.
I don’t think that we are ignorant to the way that people have such a hard life in India, we have seen it with our own eyes, we genuinely feel for them from the bottom of our hearts and will give our time and money to the right causes, and hopefully address ...
... 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. ...