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Long drive today( day 15), 5 hours to Pushkar. Now on a major highway with many trucks,some even traveling on the wrong side of the road. Our accommodation today are tents, but very swish, even with individual plunge pools for each tent. In the afternoon we traveled to the market ...
... Thanks anyway.” Browsing is not in the Indian dictionary, but tenacity probably has its own full page spread.
Among the highlights of the attractions around Jaipur are the City Palace, an aggrandised collection of ornate gateways, armory displays and other museum pieces; the Jantar Mantar, an observatory of sorts featuring enormous devices “for measuring the positions of celestial objects”, invented and built by the king Sawai Jai Singh himself in ...
... out. So we cancelled our train to Udaipur and got on a crazy bus to a crazy place.
As soon as we got there I thought Salem would kill me. It was sooo hippie. I like hippie towns, but there was just nothing going on here. To me it seemed the type of town where you can buy everything you need to look like a hippie and then sit around wearing it. No one was actually doing anything. Not making music, making art, making soap or tonic, just hanging around. ...
... especially amongst the local kids and men. We could hear a loud drum performance increasing and decreasing in volume over a three hour period. It was punctuated by other bells, calls and a cacophony of musical religious sounds. Pushkar is renowned as a holy city with thousands of shrines.
We watched the sunset, before crossing the road to the same café where the meal had been incredibly cheap, half the price we have previously paid. It was ...
... br> Dinner with Pietre and Robyn from Australia which was great fun and elicited a promise from us to give Australia a try sometime! They were going on to Udaipur and even though we had by no means slummed it there they were staying at the Oberoi and had treated themselves to a night at the Lake Palace hotel. We were joined later by Ros and Prue who had stayed for one of the entertainments within the main fairground. Lots of laughter around the table and in the end a fairly late night.