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... overwhelming here. You also don't get hassled at all, just the usual one time ask if you require a taxi, or if you want to look at a shop. None of the restaurants will try and coax you into their place either which always leaves me feeling confused. If no one tries to drag me in I'm never quite sure if I'm welcome or not. And when I was buying beer I was charged the ...
... What for?"
Dr - "Your head"
Me - "Well I guessed that, would will they do, clean it out, help the healing?"
Dr - "Stop the headache."
Me - "Oh painkillers?"
Dr - "Yes"
Me - "No thanks"
Me - "What do you recommend"
Dr - "What do you want to do?"
Me - "Really?" getting a little impatient now "does it need cleaning"
Dr - "We can clean it if you like"
Me - "Good, yes please"
Dr - "Dressing as well?"
... a nice lake. This was the first time we didn't pre book accommodation so after a few rejections we found a hotel (looks more like a big porta cabin from the outside) which was ok. We were a bit disappointed with Mount Abu it was like a tiny version of Skeg with a lot of Indians coming here for their holiday. We pretty much just walked, ate, relaxed there and we're pretty happy to leave and get to ...
... in. First priority after Pushkar was meat and a cold Kingfisher so we made our way to the Punjabi Food Market and were pleasantly reunited with our staple diet.
Mount Abu is a pleasant market village with probably the cleanest air in India, the days are pleasant and the evenings are a little cool. There is a fair sized lake, Lake Nakki, which is a favourite of the previously mentioned honeymooners and adjacent to the ...
My Mount Abu stay was memorable for a few things but mostly they're not very exciting things. Having a new film to rival Never Been Kissed was a highlight, for those bent on torture, try Honey with Jessica Alba. Also, for those fans of Blackpool who feel that they're no longer satisfied by the British seaside and feel like a trip to an Indian hill station instead then I can heartily recommend a trip to Mount Abu. This is unfair, although there is definately ...