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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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Travel Blogs from Pushkar
... to Pushkar in two jeeps, I was in the back of one with our guide. The seats were long sideways ones and at points I felt like I was being bounced all over the place. The people drive very fast and use their horns to indicate and let people know they're there. On the surface, it seems like the locals drive like idiots, but when you observe ALL the traffic on the road (animals and pedestrians included), everyone moves in harmony. No gap is left, cars squeeze into spaces I ...
... and ended the process but they had already extracted money. We felt quite intimidated but sat on the Ghats to regain our equanimity
and warn other young tourists to the evident displeasure of the operative.
While sitting on the Ghats and then across the road at the Sunset Café for some lunch, we observed a group of women in some form of mourning ritual involving wailing, hugging, bathing and then spreading their garments out to dry.
... t really interested in the villages. Villages usually mean people asking you if you want to take their photo then demanding ₹10 for it and children tapping you on the elbow until you have to make a serious effort not to slap them and asking you for money. Fortunately they rocked up an hour late to pick me up so I got it a bit cheaper and avoided the villages. My camel was called Rocky and I think ...
... didn’t put
them on, but thought that we should have. From that point onwards, on that day,
and for every day coming seatbelts have, and will be worn.
It’s a bit graphic to write about the crash, and hardly
great news from our trip, but it’s what happened and this blog is all about
making an imprint of our journey together, for the good times, for the bad
times and everything in between.
Taxi ride thankfully done and dusted (we ...
Day 7 There was an annoying beeping noise disturbing our repose this morning. We ignored it until it went away only to realise that this was our breakfast alarm. Thankfully we were only ten minutes late and made it in time for breakfast., which included a sort of lightly spiced rolled rice dish and a banana. These have both been features of several breakfasts we have been offers. After breakfast we went for a ...