Hotel White House

Address: Near Marwar Bus Stand, Pushkar, Rajasthan, 305022, India | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Near Marwar Bus Stand, Pushkar, is near Garh Palace, Taragarh Fort, Nawal Sagar, and Sukh Niwas Mahal.
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          Travel Blogs from Pushkar

          Rural is the Real India

          A travel blog entry by sophie.morris on Sep 18, 2015

          8 photos

          Day 5 : Tordi Sagar : 18/9/15

          This morning I was very sad to leave the Jaipur Inn. I really liked the home stay and I know it's not all about the accommodation but I really liked it there! Anyway, I had a banana and honey pancake for breakfast and the jeeps picked us up promptly at 10am!! We were headed to a little rural village called Tordi Sagar. It's not big enough to be tagged on the map, hence the title being Pushkar. I'd love to say the ...

          Jaipur and Pushkar

          A travel blog entry by kezandstevie on Aug 10, 2015

          39 photos

          ... kilometres out of town, and perched on various levels of a small hill. It’s name possibly comes from the beautiful yellow sandstone rock from which it is built (or possibly from the name of the town over which it was constructed, “Amer”) The history of this particular fort was regaled to us by our smiley and articulate guide Aslam, and then, I’m ashamed to say, much of it was almost as quickly forgotten. The one thing that really stuck in my memory was the ...


          A travel blog entry by alex.mitrovic on Dec 01, 2014

          1 photo

          We sat in this little cafe when a sadhu walked in asked for water in his brass bowl he carries around with him. He wasn't Indian but an Italian that had moved to India 35 years ago where he had lived with the desert tribes asked him why ... He answered that he wanted to get away from "stupid ...

          Airplanes of the Desert

          A travel blog entry by williatte on Nov 02, 2014

          4 comments, 4 photos

          ... camels prepare for the camel dancing contest. As loud drums beats play the camel is lead through a series of movements by a rope attached to his face. Only male camels participate in the contests and the tourists rides as the females are busy taking care of their babies. Finally, there are the racers. Watch out for the camels galloping by at break neck speeds. We ...

          Its just one of those days

          A travel blog entry by dandalessandro on Oct 09, 2014

          ... advertisement clinging on whilst being torn further and blown by the winds. Today seemed a little bit like a storm, and maybe this was it? As they say, a storm usually clear the air, and today had just been “just one of those days” so we would be welcoming of the calm after the storm.

          We slept for most of the way, waking up only when we hit a pot-hole or the driver stopped for a short break or to pee. We were both quite surprised to sleep, although it ...