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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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... distant views and choking the **** out of your throat and lungs, but I digress).
We spent an hour or so at the top, visiting the temple just as morning rituals were being performed. We watched the hot air balloons being filled and launched from the stadium far below, and drifting past and below us through the valley. Watched the monkeys and the sunrise. It was all very peaceful.
On our way down we were glad to have come early. Pilgrims ...
... to branch, and bright red flowers are growing on the plants all around and
occasionally dropping off to add some colour to the floor too. The sun is
shining and it’s another glorious day. Scotty is lying behind me on the day bed
chilling out to music before his massage. The afternoon holds little but
relaxation, and today, and the next day, much more of the same. We’re found a
great place which is giving us lots to think about; through what we are ...
We walked around the lake to the Sunset Cafe. It had a good overall view of the lake as darkness enclosed the town. It was also our dinner venue. Ordered dal tadka and buttered roti but got something else. While rice was a better order, the roti was lighter . Hadn't realized that Mary didn't have the time of day for the Space Cadets so they were the subjects of jokes. Looking down the table, what is my roomie eating? Pizza one week into a trip to India? My ...
... food, shoes, temple offering needs. At a drugstore, looks like a drugstore anno 1939, we found some shampoo and deo for our own needs. In India the maximum retail price is on all products, listed as MPR, very convenient to know we pay the normal price and not the tourist price. Of course lots shops try to sell it for more, specially water and soda's. Our first impression of the newer city was not great. The atmosphere was tense, otherhand there were ...
... of the Pushkar night returning to the one room that most of these hotels have to house the tourists drivers. Central to the town is the Holy lake. Overtime the city has been built to the waters edge thus giving us a square lake, surrounded by steps leading down to the murky rubbish filled edges from all sides. We wandered down to the waters edge where we read signs which opened with "Foreingers beware..." saying footwear was forbidden within forty feet of the lake along ...