Hotel Teerth Palace
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... ones didn’t seem so bad, but the first time we sat down on a train in Delhi I thought the gentleman next to me had just right there and then had an unfortunate accident in his trousers, and also that he was also possibly in need of some emergency medical attention to compound his incontinence issues. A quick glance out the window was enough to set me straight though. It seemed that this smell was no accident. The tracks alongside our train had been subjected to the worst kind ...
We got Pushkared. We had no intention of going there, we had decided early on it was one stops on the aggressive LP itinerary that we would skip, but I got lured in by the good reviews we heard from some other travelers in Agra. It sounded like it would be really different from the rest of Rajasthan. More spiritual and less historic. It was becoming evident that we probably wouldn't make it to Varanasi, so I thought we should make a stop here - plus, I was ...
... for Pushkar is a budget $24 per room, per night and we booked in for three nights....having high hopes for the location of Pushkar based on many travellers guides. We lasted 2 hours before we decided to book a train to our next destination of Jodhpur for the next day and get the hell out. There are countries all over the world that are chosen destinations for their party scenes and I understand that people feel the need ...
... wrong hill but there were loads of other people here this morning to watch the sun come up and let's face it, it doesn't matter what hill you're on, the sun is still going to rise, right? Once you're at the top there's a guy selling chai (of course there is!), bells will started clanging (because nothing is peaceful in India) and you can have a look at the temple which asks for donations for, amongst ...
... the city has over 500
temples and Ghats, all around a central lake, and there is a busy bazaar and
perimeter road which runs around the town. We said before, but the shopping
here is unreal, there are so many amazing things to buy – I think we’ll have a
shopping day soon! Out of the temples we’ve seen very few from the inside, but
it’s on our list to at least get some pictures and find out a little more about
them. At 7pm each night the ...