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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
... early for a sunrise hike. With the moon still high in the sky, we boarded tuk-tuks to reach the “mountain” (in Canadian standards it was a small hill). The air was cool and fresh. Dom, Dana and I reached the top a good 20 minutes before anyone else, so the sky was still dark. There is a tiny, hole in the wall café at the top of the hill, beside the temple. They serve amazing, steamy chai that we gulped down gratefully as we waited for ...
December 23 - This morning after an early train ride we loaded into cars which would drive us from Ajmer to Pushkar. The drive only took about half and hour and we arrived at a nice hotel with a garden and a pool. We grabbed lunch in the garden as the employees yelled at the monkeys to keep them away. After lunch we had a bit of time to relax on the Internet before our city walk. The walk was really informative as Bishol explained a lot more about Hinduism and its ...
... ask. Most places will be able to provide it and they'll either serve it in a tea pot or, in one case, just wrap the can in tin foil. I've drank more beer in Pushkar than I have anywhere else in India. Special water is the only special thing I've consumed so far though. If something else says "special" next to it in Rajasthan you don't know if it means it's just really, really good or if it contains ...
... 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!)
... We tried to do a camel ride but we didn't get picked up. There wasn't a lot to do in Pushkar except enjoy the views over the lake and eat vegetables. One evening we sat watching the sunset over the lake enjoying a rare moment of tranquility. As is always the case in India the tranquility did not last long when an Indian called Bubbles decided to play us an ear splitting tune on his homemade instrument. At the end of his performance he asked for money and left with ...