Hotel Teerth Palace
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... to make it during the eigth full moon. And wherever 50,000 or more may gather, there's sure to be an opportunity to sell a camel or two!
So began the Pushkar Camel Festival.
We arrived on the first day of the Festival, just as the crowds were starting to build. After settling into our hotel we strolled through town to Pushkar Sandovar. The lake is lined by 54 ghats and uncounted shrines. If you've seen pictures of the stair-stepped ...
... be completed without one!
We did find the cave in the end, after wading in some
waterfalls (wrong place) and picking our way up a hill through some bushes. It
looked like the monk wasn’t at home, and we decided that he was probably out
buying fags, ha ha! Although when I climbed down to see into the back of the
cave he popped up, covered in a blanket, and stared out at me wide eyed from
the shadows. “What the hell are you doing in my ...
... India but reading a book [tourist] or looking out a train door, catching the breeze [traveler]. Corn is the main crop. Homes are few and far between. Palm trees tell you all you need to know about the climate zone the train is racing through.
It is hard to take any decent pix from a moving train. Too many pix were blurred. Sometimes you just get lucky.
Ever been to the train station in Kapasan? It was one of many short stops. Agricultural options include ...
... room ahd a four poster bed, a bathroom that was bigger than most bedrooms we’d stayed at, and an air-con unit that sounded like a jet engine! It was a nice place though and had a superb pool! We had a long day in the car so we were in no rush to get ourselves ready. We eventually got a lift into town where we ate at a café that overlooked the central lake in the town. Pushkar is considered one of the holiest places in India as it has one of the ...
... these crazy-looking people. They may look nuts, but I guess they have money to spend! Ever so coincidently, we happened to be in Pushkar during the Holi festival (the celebration of Spring). The festivities are basically a massive 'colored powder' fight where everyone is a target. After reading that the colored powder (which you can buy from street vendors) is not regulated and can contain harmful chemicals which can irritate your skin and eyes, we decided not to ...