Hotel City Plaza 7
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... One floor was dedicated to the many tailors and sewing machines. These men all took their orders from the Master of tailors, the Masterji. This guy was the best of the best, took all measurements, and gave the instructions to his team packed in this room filled with the sound of humming sewing machines and clipping of scissors. Each of the other floors had different sections of materials, dresses, scarves, suits, etc. That section then had chairs lined ...
... alongside it and jump on while it was still moving. We had no idea what we were supposed to do.
Hayley asked the most smartly dressed man that we could find if he knew where the bus station was. The smarter you look, the more chance you might speak English and have some clue as to how this town works. He kindly directed us around the corner to the bus station, he said that we should be able to catch a bus to Rishikesh from there.
The bus station was horrible; ...
... that some other day) i had a job ready for me in Dubai in my uncle`s factory.
Throughout my life i have hardly traveled anywhere outside South India except for a couple of Christmas family vacation to Goa and Dubai where my family lived during my college days.I have always wanted to see what North India looked like.Opportunity knocked in the form of my sardar friend Rashwinder living in Chandigarh.
In a complete extemporaneous manner, ...
... before the marriage. We came to realize over the course of the next few days just how important family is within Indian culture, the bond between Sonam and her family was extreemley precious. During this ceremony Sonam was washed by each person in attendance in a hand made body scrub as a kind of pre-wedding cleanse; she didn't seem too impressed when her brother smeared it on her face though. : )
Next day we rose bright ...
... him and bought one of the balloons for Georgie.
In the evening we did some last minute present shopping for my family back in England, then hung out more at the Coffee House. Its such a good eating place that we're happy to keep going back there.
We bought mango's from a pavement fruit seller lady, as a crowd gathered to watch and say hello to us. The fruit lady fed Georgie on an apricot and there were smiles all around.