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TravelPod Member ReviewsMansingh Palace Ajmer
While our road trip from Kanatal to Ahmedabad, we stopped over at Hotel Mansingh at Ajmer.
Food is very good. Location is also very near to the shrine of Khwaja Garib Nawaz.
Rooms are very poorly maintained and are old enough and worn-torn to be rated. Needs renovation desperately. Bathrooms are very old and require make over. We did not have any option so far, so good.
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... able to watch him work. He was incredibly skilled and pleasing to watch. Ben had a go at making a small bowl. I expect they threw it away after we left. The women were much more happy to engage with us than those in other towns and cities we have visited. One man lifted up his small baby for us all to cuddle. She was adorable and not at all fussed about being cuddled by lots of strangers. However, when Ben ...
... time, there was Qawali going on in the dargah. I enjoyed the qawali and then visited the mazar in the evening, after the evening namaz. In the evening, I roamed around the Ajmer market before heading back to the hotel. I had my train to Jaipur, from Ajmer at 7 in the morning, so I decided just before boarding my train to Jaipur, I would make one last visit to the dargah. And, I did the same. So now, I was headed to Jaipur..
... and this is where Hindu people would be able to worship Brahma..... In the middle of the Indian desert the swan dropped the lotus and a lake was created called Pushkar Lake. Pushkar is known for three distinct things Brahmans, gypsies and foreign tourists... it is a very cool hippy town with lots of street markets selling a range of textiles, pottery and heaps of cafés everywhere. The first afternoon I spent ...
At 7:30 a.m. my birthday boy of a husband looked at his phone, moaned, and swiped the snooze button on his phone once again. A quick glance at each other was all it took to agree that sleeping in for the first time in 3 weeks would make for a better start to his birthday than downward facing dog. Besides, being in the mecca of yoga, we could easily find another ashram, perhaps on the beaches of Goa. We forwent the yoga class and enjoyed a banana lassi and crepe breakfast fit for ...
... attached to tall walking sticks, which also looked very familiar, but we somehow never found ourselves compelled to eat those, either.
We had a dinner date, with our travel friend Per Ole, from Norway. It was such a treat to have dinner plans with a friend! We swapped travel tales, discussed life and ate good food from the rooftop cafe. We were not able to re-connect with our Italian friends that night, which we regretted.