Hotel 32nd Milestone
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... but not being familiar with the departure process, I thought better early than rushed. It ended up being quite painless, and my plane was a quick 2 hours.
One part of Indian culture that I experienced has been the Indian Head Wobble. http://goindia.about.com/od/greetingsco mmunication/a/head-wobble.htm I learned about it a few years ago, when I was misunderstanding the non-verbal communication by my ...
Drove from Delhi to Agra. Just loved the way road rules are presented on the highway, which is privately run. It included such gems as 'Over speeding will invite prosecution,' 'Please drive slow. Life is precious,' 'A tree only hits in self defence. Don't drink and drive.' The fact that there were no trees near the roadside to run into seemed to have escaped the writer of this slogan. I wonder how such recommendations would go down with the Transport ...
... and continue finding new dishes. The places we visited with always remain with us, and we absolutely loved India. I feel no doubt in saying that it is the most fascinating country I have ever visited. It is also home to a lot of suffering, ugliness and sadness. At times, we were fed up with the crowds, excessive noise, pushing, shoving, overnight transportation and overall craziness. For the most part however, ...
We got off the bus about midday or so and drove in a jeep for a few kilometres more down a dusty dirt road passing through a small town where I don't think they see too many tourists and we seemed to be a curiosity to the locals. We drove more down toward the hilly country side until we could see a castle up on the hill traveling up a windy road until we reached the top where we were greater by the local residents dressed ...
... streets to get to see what went on off the main roads. We got held up by a fight between two men which was quite scary as it broke out right in front of me and Niomi. David was quick to pull us away and we walked around them cautiously. On the streets they were selling the most potent alcohol for 80 rupee which is nothing. Apparently it's extremely popular so it's not unusual to see people drunk during the day. We asked Rajesh what the percentage of alcohol it is and he said ...