Pink Pearl Hotel & Fun City
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Concierge desk
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... leads to the city palace) and the Hawa Mahal, and Jack noted that the colour of the walls were more orange than pink - I suggested maybe they adopted the salmon colour trend. We wandered past sweet shops selling piles of sweet, greasy balls of dairy products in strange colours - I tried what looked like sugary fudge, and was happy to find it was a honey flavoured tablet making me think of my Scottish family - some foods can be so foreign and others taste so much like home. ...
... want to know more about this festival, I suggest googling it. For those of you who are interested, next year, Holi festival will be held on 24 March and I'm seriously considering attending. 6am, Dressed in white, we made our escape to Alsisar (a small town of around 2500 without diet Pepsi) under the cover of darkness... Although, white clothes, coupled with white skin, in the dark - we were practically a glowing ball of light, begging to have ...
... it seemed like it catered much more for tourists & slightly more westernised. However, Pushkar is the site of the world’s only temple to the Hindu god of creation Brahma. And is therefore considered the Holy City, it is so sacred that no alcohol, eggs or meat is allowed to be consumed/brought within the city. So it was going to be a healthy couple of days, as we were staying in Pushkar for two nights. We were told by our guide that no pilgrimage of Hindu places ...
... and came proudly show us the certificates in the school he had attended competitions IT. So I got some money to give him at the end. But to my surprise (here everything revolves around money) he very naturally said "no, please, I really don’t want money. I like to show the place that I live and that’s it”. We had to push hard and tell him to take the money for his grandmother to buy things to make tea to visitors. And we went back to the madness ...
... the camel riding circuit, including locals sitting on a wagon with a Moghul-like tent; the women in their saris, it was a pretty chic looking affair. There was a pseudo-sunset stop. The saddles itch the camels so several got down to try to scratch the area of their humps.
Less than half an hour to ready for the trip into town for dinner, our trusty large yellow van appearing a bit after 1830. It was rooftop dining. We first sat at a large table to have four ...