Country Inn & Suites By Carlson Sahibabad
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... to the former Prime Minister’s life and family, India’s Kennedys. It displays her personal effects, including the blood-stained sari she was wearing when she was assassinated in 1984. Many rooms are preserved in state, offering a window onto the ...
... the reasons I wear a wedding ring while travelling, "I have to ask my husband". Sean was standing around the corner. The man then went to Sean and told him that the dress was so pretty on me, but because he wants me to have it he would be willing to go down to 2500. I didn't even have that cash on me. I was starting to regret even trying it on. Sean could see I was having a hard time saying no, and he said that we should go to the other store around the corner. The shop ...
... in front of the transfer area. One happens to be a longtime Buddhist from upstate NY who's been coming to India for decades. She's going to the Monlam in Bodhgaya too, so I have someone to chat with. And it turns out she's doing some interesting work with preserving Tibetan teachings and culture, so I can bounce my ideas off her. She has some suggestions how I can look into the Sakya lama who I've been asked to support to make sure he's up to snuff.
... on us and told us to get in to their mates car that reversed to spot number 33 the moment he saw us coming.. I said no, that we wanted to get into a black and yellow taxi, after a couple minutes of us saying no, they took our bags off our back, put them in the car and told us to get in, mum wasn't keen but I was tired and couldn't be ***** arguing any longer.I reassured her we'd be fine, that they were probably just trying to give their mate some ...
I went to the Red Fort, today. Built by Shah Jahan in the middle of the 17th century, this citadel was the seat of Mughal power until 1857, when the last Mughal emperor was dethroned and exiled. I should point out something I didn't know, India was under Muslim rule for over 700 years. After partition I thought well, the muslims went to Pakistan, Hindus and others stayed in India. Not so. India is almost as muslim as it is hindu. The ...