Siswan Jungle Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... bus station, the Tannoy system constantly blared with indecipherable announcements due to their intense volume and low sound quality. There was a huge group of soldiers waiting for the next train; they each had two or three rifles or machine guns each. They were just slung over their shoulders, they didn’t hang onto them tightly, when a train arrived, they pushed on-board and stood close to children with their backs turned leaving their triggers exposed. One inquisitive finger is ...
... wearing a thong the wrong way round! I'm sure that boozed up Brits abroad are probably even worse...in fact I'm sure of it but that doesn't make the Indian tourists any less annoying. They are the ones who chase us down the road literally begging for a photo of a white, blond girl and her hairy white boyfriend! They are also the ones who drop the most litter! I understand that some of them have come from really small little villages and ...
... indeed broken and asked another guy from Joga Motors (where I was renting the bike) to bring a battery. After 2.5 hours I could finally come back to the hostel, but I had to be back in the city centre at 11 the next morning. There was yet another fault - leaking clutch cover gasket. I left Delhi on Wednesday afternoon after a lunch with Oded, the Israeli guy, who was forced to return here after a 3 hour journey because he lost and hasn't recovered one of ...
Around 10, Sukhmani decided it was time to start. She sings as one half of a duo with a cool guy called Hari (a very hip, moderate Sikh with no turban), performing their own modern arrangements of ancient Punjabi songs. Mostly, Sukhmani sings while Hari, who spent three years in Manchester studying electronic music, provides the backing music and vocals, and occasionally beatboxes. I wasn't sure what to expect, but I LOVED ...
24/06 - 'Most of our hearts have been hurt either by being open and betrayed or abused, or by being so closed off they could not feel love. Being in a continuing relationship where both of you are choosing as often as possible to say yes to love is an ongoing practice.' from a very beautiful book with unique & wise voices of m...any women. 'Women on the buddhist path' by Martine Batchelor. Great reading!