Hotel Teerth Palace
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... there but the restaurant owner came over to talk to us and told us he's going to care for him. I had the best burrito for dinner so that's what I named him, the owner seemed quite happy with that as the other dogs he had saved are named Chocolate, Chapati, and a couple of others also named after food. The next morning a few of us woke before the crack of dawn and took tuk tuks to the base of Mount Savitri and started the climb to make it to the top in ...
We had another early morning train, so we left our hotel at 5am. We were careful to bring sustenance along, as most means of conveyance in India are slow and unreliable, so you never know when you will arrive at your destination. Pushkar is a very holy place in India; it is the only place in the world with a temple dedicated to the God Brahma. Also, it is an essential place for Hindus to do their pilgrimage, if you do not come to Pushkar, none of ...
... or those sensitive to dust, animal hair or camel ***** - Rajah, our camel was very flatulent indeed!
The fair itself is incredible, hundreds of thousands of people, camels, horses and other animals. Beautiful mewar horses for sale of all ages and magnificent canopies showing off the studs. Areas also that can only be described as horse crèches with the smallest grouped together and occasionally a rowdy runaway with its owner in pursuit. All the way all sorts of sellers trying ...
... groans from us about this we are learning to be sharper witted, without losing trust in humanity, and each experience we have gives us a concrete experience to draw from in future, wisdom is a gift in itself.
So, bye for now to the crazy street bazarr, beeping horns, temples galore and smuggled booze, tomorrow morning we head off to our next destination, and hopefully a whole new bunch of experiences to get involved in, discuss and learn lessons from.
The next stop will ...
... has also become a haven for Israelis (and for that matter the most berated of all......the hippy backpacker Israeli on a tight budget, whose meagre funds will go on 'Special Lassies' and falafels). One follows the other I guess! All facetiousness aside, what was once a peaceful referential village has been beaten by commercialisation and the sound of moped horns. Hundreds of shops selling tourist tack (for both ...