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TravelPod Member ReviewsPushkar Fort
Excellent place, swimming pool, lovely rooms, reasonable priced food, (and alcohol!) some issues with electrics but the staff are quick and happy to fix anything.
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... just a few moments to look beyond what is in front of you and remember where you are. We had chai tea and biscuits at the top of the mountain and our group leader then taught us a few simple yoga moves. We watched the sun set and headed "home". What a simply lovely way to spend an afternoon, if I do say so myself.
In the evening the staff of the homestay (all local villagers) had prepared our meal. What's lovely about G Adventures using ...
... were vivid, the dancing enchanting. Even though we didn’t understand a word being said, we were able to follow it without fault, it was that well made. It was also a very funny, action-packed and moving picture with excellent music. It really had it all. If you feel like experiencing it, then it is called Bajrangi Bhaijaan, and it has apparently been a huge success in this country, as the mere mention of it has caused excitement among every Indian we have met since. ...
... required, post office has no copy machine.12. Salem gets copy down the street for about 8 cents, we choose slow (cheap) shipping by sea, pay about $33 and just like that, simple 12 step program to achieve post office errand ;)
Sights: hippies, hippies, hippies, camels, malnourished cows, Hindu devout bathing, surprise - it's still Holi here!
Sounds: chanting, drums, marching bands
Feels: dirty, fake
... was interesting being in a place regarded as holy and the associated rules with that like not wearing shoes on the bridge or by the water and not taking photos . There were a few places I wanted to take photos but resisted and actually put my camera away to better resist temptation. At one point a random woman reached out for my hand and was staring at me. Soon it clicked that she and her husband were the same couple who I posed with for photos In the Jian temple in ...
... and the activities they have on include camel dancing, (really!) horse dancing and camel decorating, they also have tomorrow evening a cultural programme which includes a bride and groom competition (we are not entering),
So far in our travels around India this time we have learned that some of the nicest people to chat to are off duty soldiers and policemen. They do not ask you for money or suggest that you provide a donation of some description to ...