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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... hearing this very disappointing news, We consulted our travel agent in India. He said he had not mentioned the whole 'transit visa' thing to us because he said since we live in New Zealand, we must have a New Zealand passport.
Anyway, even after all our requests, we could not board our flight. We had to return home with heavy hearts and teary eyes. We consulted the Australian immigration people but ...
... his services and headed straight to the prepaid booth. He didn't say anything just threw back his guestbook and asked us to take a read. It was all addressed to superkhan and filled with a year's worth of good reports about his rickshaw or as he calls it helicopter rides around Agra. We started to chat to him and quiet liked him, he seemed like a good guy. So we put our new mindset of allowing people to help us to work. We told him we wanted a hotel for 500 with WiFi in ...
... all broken. We finally found one that worked but it wouldn't take our cards except for Corey. So he had to pay. Haha. Then we finally got to the street with our hostel on it and the moment we got out a nice Indian guy came and talked to us. The streets were super crowded and was hard to walk in but we managed. We also met a nice traveler named Antonio and we made plans to need him and the Indian guy in one hour. We got to our room which was pretty nice then headed to meet them. We got ...
... In the gardens were the cremation memorials of Jawaharlal Nehru (Shanti Vana), Indira Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi and Mahatma Gandhi (Raj Ghat). Across the road was a small museum about Ghandi's life and work.
... into it rather then just document our activities. I'll give some harsh and honest opinions, mention a few things that have been missed and a few facts we've learnt along the way. I'll start with some facts/ interests and things i may have missed. Head nodding. I'm not sure if I covered this but Indians constantly "bobble" their heads. It isn't up and down or left to right it is side to side (as in left ear towards left shoulder followed by right etc) they never nod is the ...