Jagat Singh Palace Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Enjoy the festivities of Pushkar Fair with your guide. Lunch and dinner at hotel.
We got to sleep in a bit, as we only started our tour at 9:30. We took our bus a few blocks, before we were told the bus could …
... a tour and to visit various cobblers, potters & markets. G adventures support a school in the local village so we also managed to spend some time in the local school while the kids played games and performed a few school lessons - was a hoot watching them all count to 50 and read the alphabet in English with thick Indian accents!! Stopped off for some lunch before we made our way to Pushkar in the local village was ...
... they become hippies.
Pushkar is the camel centre of India, Deniliquin has a ute muster (and a Kelpie muster) Tamworth has country music, so Pushkar has a camel gathering. This year in September 50,000 camels and about 200,000 people converged on Pushkar for a whole month of camel celebration. We went on our own camel safaris out into the desert to the site where the fair is held, they even have a camel heliport. Tracey commented to our guides ...
... around the constant attention of shop owners became increasingly annoying. A conversation would typically go like this: Shop owner/child tout: "Hey mister, hello mister." Me: "Hello" SO: "Hey, where you from? France?" Me: "No, the UK." SO: "Lovely jubbly. The UK, Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds, London, Sheffield, Scotland, Wales, Ireland, Cardiff." Me: "Yes, the UK" SO: "Where abouts?" Me: "London" SO: "London, population 8 million, ...