Pink Pearl Hotel & Fun City
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Trying to catch up some time, we skipped Tamil Nadu and headed straight to Orissa. 48 hours on a train to us to Puri, a temple town and hippy hangout on the coast We got to Puri as a small alternative film festival started. Two screens on the beach by the Pink House Hotel showed films on politics, indigenous rights, police brutality, corruption, …
... showroom / manufacturer. Really good gear and so cool to see it being made by hand - consequently sending a few things back to blighty which I didn't know we wanted but will be pleased to have. Popped up to the monkey temple and against our better judgement let some young **** 'guide' us, more for his offer of being a human shield against teeth bearing primates more than anything else. He ****** me off after 5 mins so his tip was half what he ...
... a mistress in every country and Abdul the proud owner of a cooperative clothes factory and equally proud human rights abuser. Both men know how to sell their services: Sayid will drive you around all day and then tell you to "pay what you want" but then gets ****** when you hand him 300 rupees (circa £3). Abdul promises not to sell you anything but will then lock you in his workshop and *****-slap you with his catalogue ...
... in my 'top app bar' thing ... Oops. We finally completed our "5 hour journey" into Jaipur ... 9 hours later. As we left the driver insisted we stayed on till last. We had no idea why ... Then realised he wanted to kiss Sam on the cheek ... But we were saved by 'Islam' out ridiculously friendly tuk tuk guide and chauffeured to our hotel nice which had the most beautiful pool and was really nice all for £3 a night! Tidy! On the ride over Anna ...
... a natural part of everyday! We continued to watch the sunset in a cafe overlooking the lake, and then went to another rooftop guest house, played some cards and went home to bed.
I really like Pushkar, it's such a nice environment and a contrast to the hot dusty chaos of Jaipur!
Our plan tonight is to go dancing with the lady who runs our guest house... it was the Hindu God Ganesh's birthday on the 9th, so there continues to be ...
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