Hotel Teerth Palace
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... is the kitsch aspect of the camel fair, some of which I mentioned in the last blog.
You have not seen anything quite like camel dancing, which includes sitting, jumping, begging, kissing your handler, picking things up from the ground, letting your handler sit on your neck and playing dead, I kid you not, there are photos coming! One camel also incredibly managed to bounce on a trampoline type ...
... chanting, huge statues of monkey gods and incense scenting the air all
around; shoes off, sitting on the steps, just taking it all in, a feast for the
Evening times have been great too, everyone sits around,
shares dinner together and shares stories of their lives, how India is to them,
and the next stops on their travels. We’ve met some really interesting and
funny people here, and it’s been a very friendly experience, and ...
... 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 ...
... away from a toilet. Ben was very kind and came back with me to the hotel, where I slept for four hours (with the odd toilet break). While I was sleeping, Ben went to a yoga class. He says, that it was hard work but very rewarding and has made best friends with the yogi, who is one of the most mellow people we have met in India so far. In the afternoon, I was feeling a little better so we went for lunch at a cafe called, Out of the Blue'. I ordered some chips with ...
... collects foreign coins and stamps. We hope to add some Nepalese stamps to his collection in a few weeks.
We made the decision to move on from Jaipur via the locals bus that morning and by mid-afternoon, we were finally introduced to the side of India we can know and love...Pushkar! With only 15,000 residents, Pushkar is a wonderfully calm and peaceful town, surrounding a holy lake. Temples abound, including one of the only temples dedicated to ...