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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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... around your wrist. There's also a couple of hills to climb for sunset or sunrise views, camels you can ride for a fee and, of course, the ubiquitous roof top cafes selling tasteless Western food, half decent Indian food and bhang lassis. Some bright spark somewhere obviously clocked on that tourists like being really high up whilst stuffing things into their faceholes. You pretty much can't have a ...
... br> We leave the temple and start walking through the market. Half of us leave to go back to the Fair, while I stay with the others in the market, taking photos of the many beautiful faces and sights. We meet up with the others, and make our way to the holy Lake Pushkar, where many are bathing or being blessed. Again, photos not allowed, but Cindy and I try to capture some from the hip, only to find they did not turn out. Must be Karma.
... br> Up early again the next morning, we made a valiant attempt to walk around the Old City to experience our first bazaars and see why Jaipur is nicknamed "the Pink City." Unfortunately, we were far too early for the shops which wouldn't open until 11. On our walk back, we found a refreshingly calm and peaceful coffee house where we had Jaipur's "best filtered coffee" and a simple Indian breakfast. We also met Krishna, a lovely retired high school ...
... we were up close to the hill it looked much bigger than we had expected it to be, this was going to be quite a hike up to the top, especially in our flip flops. We walked past a building site at the bottom which I guessed was the start of constructing the cable car rope way that they are going to build in a few years time.
We continued up the steps until we reached a viewpoint with some seats where we took a breather and had some water. I took a few photos ...
... that even the camels in the photos stood tall as if they knew they had it going on. In between deep breaths, puffy cheeks, and forceful exhales, I managed to squeeze out my gratitude.
"Thanks so much for your help with this, Ashok. I couldn't find any helium in Pushak despite my countless search inquiries."
"I understand. Shivani had never heard of helium before. I had to explain it to her."
When I returned to their home that night with Adam in tow, the ...