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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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TripAdvisor Reviews Pushkar Fort
Travel Blogs from Pushkar
... kilometres out of town, and perched on various levels of a small hill. It’s name possibly comes from the beautiful yellow sandstone rock from which it is built (or possibly from the name of the town over which it was constructed, “Amer”) The history of this particular fort was regaled to us by our smiley and articulate guide Aslam, and then, I’m ashamed to say, much of it was almost as quickly forgotten. The one thing that really stuck in my memory was the ...
... to document this archaic process, photos attached.9. Salem addresses the fabric with his choice of three permanent markers offered.10. 4:30pm We pay the $2.50 packing fee and leave the package at the post office, hoping it will still be there in the morning for our 9:30am appt.11. To our surprise the package is up front when we arrive in the morning. We are told to wait 5 minutes ;) it was only about 15 minutes this time, but one more catch, a photocopy of ...
Our itinerary for today goes like this.
After breakfast drive to Pushkar, en-route visit to Elkingi (Temple complex), Nagda (Group of Jain Temples), on arrival in Pushkar transfer to Hotel. Overnight at Hotel.
Pushkar is a town of Rajasthan in India and well known as a Hindu religious center. It even has various sacred temples. Pushkar is located on the shores of Pushkar Lake and has five main temples along with other small temples and ...
... probably buy myself a camel and travel India on it tomorrow but when you earn so little and have a family to support, that's a daunting amount of cash. He's saving up though. He's confident that one day he'll be able to buy his own camel. I really hope he does. And a tip of the grubby, sweat stained cap to Milkman Guest House which is where I was staying. I rocked up without a booking during the camel fair ...
... the chill dome at Ozora, ahhhhh.
Pushkar certainly does cater for the long term backpacker
types, and the groups of Israeli’s fresh out of their military service mill
around town eating falafel and haggling with the local shopkeepers as tourists
and locals alike side step cow poo and dodge motorbikes. We’re here out of
season, and the place is packed with a mix of Indian tourists and a minimal
amount of western folk like us, but the prices are ...