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... away as a shopowner yelled at him in Hindi. (Scroll down to check out the video I recorded of some monkeys!)
Even though monkeys are a nuisance in Pushkar, they are respected. Many Hindus believe that living beings go through a continual process of reincarnation. If you are a good person, you may be reincarnated as an eagle, and soar far above everyone else. If you are not so good, you may be reincarnated as a rat. In any case, many Hindus see animals as reincarnated ...
... the appearance, one morning as I said, of Depi. I was having my morning coffee in the back yard of the guest house when she walked in. Like so many times before, the same introductions took place, talk, good feeling towards each other and a very pleasant companionship was almost immediately established. We spent the next 3 days together almost continuously. Each to his/her own quarters and nothing physical but with a desire for her that was growing fast and in a very strong way. ...
... fed them (see photos). Pushkar is the venue of the annual camel fair, I'll write more about camels , doctors and stuff later. It is also the 2nd most holy pilgrimage site in in India after Varanasi, where Hindus are required to visit at least once in their life time. While there were some Hindus on the Ghats bathing and washing there was another group of people that were catching my attention, Hippies...that's right, the town if full of smoke doping ...
... by a mountain pass which the rickshaw was not powerful enough to climb. The scenic route was our only option but was 20km longer. Having eventually arrived in Pushkar we were informed that rickshaws aren't allowed to actually enter the town. Of course not, how silly of me! Getting out of that cursed contraption was a blessing anyway. With no map we walked around town trying to find our hotel which we did with the help of a few locals. All in ...
Still not ready to leave Pushkar. A week doesn't seem at all long enough to spend my time being exhaustively idle. It's somewhat of an art. A skill you accidentally acquire. To deny the use of such and incredible skill would be considered criminal. But time still finds its way in, it breaks you down, makes you forget who you are and keeps you moving. So. Off I go I suppose. Gotta keep moving. This train doesn't stop for ...