Pink Pearl Hotel & Fun City

8th Mile, Ajmer Road, Jaipur, Rajasthan, 302001, India | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Jaipur

Royal Rajastan

A travel blog entry by thepoonanns


... the moment more incredible was the sound of the Muslim prayers echoing through the city in the late afternoon. We found out later from the owner of guesthouse that the topic of the Muslim prayers was quite a touchy one. He, being a Hindu, felt that it wasn't fair that the Muslim community (which comprises less that 20% of the the population) were allowed to announce their prayers so loudly 5 times a day, whilst the Hindus did no such thing. He predicted that the ...

Top knot appreciation by turban wearing Indians!

A travel blog entry by emezzy


... intertwining and fighting for a piece of the road. The local traffic authorities message 'stay sane and drive in a lane' promoted on billboards has no effect as the locals people do everything but what both driving on curbs and in the opposite direction to the majority of traffic seems to be popular options) According to our tuk-tuk driver, all you need to survive on the roads in India is good eyes, good brakes, a good horn and good luck. Side ...


A travel blog entry by ourmaninkome

... and started to crave for more and every time it happened I started feeling vulnerable, and at the mercy of my emotions. On some occasions this is when I chose to move on and get away because I felt I could no longer be in control of my emotions and because of a growing sense of attachment. I was caught in a storm of conflicting emotions going from lust, pride and fear of refusal, feeling of possessiveness and a sense that taking advantage of any similar situation would ...

The pink city and disco tuc tuc's

A travel blog entry by hayleymarsh


... while we danced in the back of the tuc tuc's driving crazily on the Indian roads with our driver again spending less time concentrating on driving than dancing. It also occurred to us on this trip that we weren't attracting any unusual attention while on our disco tuc tuc's which made us think that actually this is probably quite normal for India, and driving in a tuc tuc with no music or lights is perhaps very odd! It was a fantastic way of capping off our time in ...

In Pushkar for the Camel Fair

A travel blog entry by steve42


... the middle. I saw one group all photographing a monkey on top of a 15ft wall. They were a bit disconcerted when the stall holder nearby shot stones at it with a catapult. Apparently it was a red faced monkey which tend to throw things, spit and sometimes bite passers-by. This area is not like India as I imagined it. However I guess the thing is that India is huge and actually absorbs many different cultures. Pushkar is well within the state of Rajasthan. I thing the clue here is the ...

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