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Delhi - Pushkar, Tnght or Early Tmrw, Yes 10/26 PM or 27 AM

#1 Oct 26th, 2009, 13:29
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Hi All,

Kinda feeling sick by recession, it's not allowing my buddy to take few days off, He'll still get confirmed by this evening...

Anyways, If he's out I'll board a sleeper bus from delhi and leave tonight 10/26, if not tmrw early morning via car...Throwing an option to you all to join...

Further this is what i posted few days back...

http://www.indiamike.com/india/india...6-30th-t92685/


Anyone in Pushkar ! Please let me know how things are building up...tc...Happy Travelling !
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#2 Oct 27th, 2009, 16:50
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Hi,
my brother and I will be in Pushkar on 31st Oct. Travelling from UK. Are you in Pushkar yet? Is it REALLY busy? We have accomodation booked but don't know about eating places or anything. Can you recommend anything?
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Hi There !

I just returned this morning, it's a full on fun, Lot of places to hang out and explore...Further a must try is 'Out of the Blue' and 'Baba Roof top Restraunt' they serve mostly world cuisine if you are interested...For indian food, I'm not the right person, I didn't try as i eat it daily...I'm from delhi :-p

Enjoy ur trip...tc
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I understand that the lake is practically dry now. Or I am wrong
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Originally Posted by jyotirmoy View Post I understand that the lake is practically dry now. Or I am wrong
There was a photo in my online newspaper today: the lake is certainly dry and they are bringing water in tanks so people can bathe.
The map is not the territory. --Alfred Korzybski
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I saw a video taken by a visitor there the other day - it is dry around the edges, looks not too good, a bit of water is in ponds, and a small bit in the middle. It is a result of a 'clean up', making deeper operation, and failure of rains to fill it.
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Yup Indeed the lake is dry, they have just preserved water in the makeshift ponds they have made next to each ghat...

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