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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Travel Blogs from Jaipur
... flute-like instrument or "pungi" as they called it in India.
And then, by playing the instrument and as if hypnotized by the music, a cobra emerged from the basket and moved to the tune! Wow!
Well this definitely got Michel's attention and more than anything else, wanted to hold the cobra in his hands.
His wish was granted ...
... laughed, giggled and waved frantically making
us feel far more important than we deserved. On the way we had to pass a huge
pile of his glazed pots at the road side. We decided that he should be
remembered forever as Brahma after the Indian "creator" god. Anyone who could single-handedly produce so many pots and children must possess mystical powers.
On we went careering around holes, craters and the
occasional cow until we reached ...
... to dry in the sun. Once cooked properly (4 hours on gas
mark 7) they are used as fuel on the fire. This is obviously recycling at its
best but is does stink. I can`t see it catching on in West Sussex.
During one of our strolls around the grounds we came across
a dapper looking chap who was making his way through the well cultivated fields
to the hotel. He spoke excellent English and as a result we spent a pleasant
few minutes ...
... dirt under it.
Mumbai airport will hold the most expensive beer award for a while on this travels costing a whopping 490Rs or £5 to those who care.
I arrived in Jaipur late as the plane was delayed for some reason and I ended up sat on the roof of Tony's guest house which looks like a squat rather than a hostel with 5 guys sleeping on the roof on little cusions and hammocks. Still the Thali was delicious and he had a prison cell of a room free for cheap so can't ...
... happens later! Ha
ha! Lots of the restaurants have roof tops, and it’s been great to sit up high when
the hot daytime sun sinks away and we look out over the city and the lake as
the night time lights twinkle in the distance. The only thing missing from this
particular picture is a beer, as Pushkar is a holy city devoted to the God Brahma,
there is no meat, eggs or booze here. Damn, no beer with our bacon and eggs in
the morning here, ha ha (joke!)