Heaven Guest House
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
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- Non-smoking rooms
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We arrived at the train station around 11:30pm, only 1 hour late! Straight away we didn't feel comfortable and jumped straight into the nearest rickshaw. From there we witnessed a young theif receiving a harsh lesson from the community, which left a sick feeling inside. The rickshaw eventually took us straight to the door of a commisioned guest …
... a live rat since the days on the farm in Saskatchewan in our barns. We were both not going to sleep well on the train. I could tell. As we boarded the train, we saw 2 more rats running under the stairs leading up to the train car. Excellent! I hope we get a top bunk. On the train, we got a little help from our new senior friends to find our seats/beds. The cars were set up with 4 beds in bunks on one side of the passage way and a single 2 tiered bunk on the other side. I had a ...
... in this area of India. Millet flour makes a very heavy dense bread. Everything is so nutritious here. Everything you eat is grown in the dessert and they are vegetarians so the animals are only around for milk or wool/fur. There are no natural predators here so you see Antelope running around free and wild peacocks on the fences just hanging out. Cattle, water buffalo, and goats are abundant and are allowed to run free. They come home at night I ...
... They held on to the trees and in turn the soldiers decapitated them while cutting down the trees. 363 lives were taken. When the Maraj heard this he apolagised to the families and replanted 363 trees. These people are farmers but with global warming their crops have been failing and women now work in the fabric industry, walking miles to and from work daily. We only met the men of the family, they put on white turbans as we entered their home as a sign of ...
... parade of the groom, as he rides to pick up his fiancé before the actual wedding ceremony. It is also the only time I've seen a man here dressed with colorful clothing, other than his turban. The music, dance, and fireworks down the street were mesmerizing. Diwali marks the start of the Indian wedding season, and I pictured Ranjit on a horse of his own in a couple months. It seems everyone is welcome to join the celebration. Ranjit pulled over ...