I caved in. Fudge ayurveda and the cramps in my tummy, give me some antibiotics! It did get better 🙂 We didn’t do much these days as my love affair with the toilet was pretty hot. But today we rented a scooter and went exploring the outskirts of Pushkar. We even found a desert! We roamed bad road full of holes and got lost among the local villages. The kids were waving and giving us a high fives. Quite hurtful fives they were, those kiddos can punch 🙂…

Pushkar is very much alive with the tourist season blooming. But soon it will get too hot (they say up to 60C), tourists won’t come and then most of the hotels, shops and restaurants will close. Things to do in Pushkar : – wander around the shops and get yourself some nice pants, crazy shirts, glittery bangles, souvenirs,perfumes or books – get a tattoo (or you can go with temporary henna tattoo-get it done or if you’re feeling artsy, buy henna and make it yourself) – learn an instrument…

”What town should we visit in Rajastan?” ”Pushkar. You should go there.” Couple of people shared that opinion. And because Holi holiday was getting closer and that means hoards of happy crazy Indians, we decided to spend it here. Pushkar is a small town, by bus 3,5 hours away from Jaipur. It thrives on tourism but still has the integrity of an holy Indian town. What is interesting that each tourist here just belongs here. Most have dreads, piercings, tattoos and walk bare foot. People watching, hello! Pushkar…