Crowne Plaza Hotel Gurgaon
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... everywhere you go. India has 1.2 billion people and it is an independent nation since 1947 when Gandhi led a non-violent resistance. We started watching the movie Gandhi to understand it better.
We promised Elena and Ariana that, while in India, we would have only one short cultural visit per city. We are all tired of sightseeing plus the temperature is higher than 40 ° C. So, we do not want to get out of ...
... than $1 a day, who kill their children because they can't feed them and who do not want their children to live the lives of misery and poverty they themselves have endured.
I am taking my first steps this week to understand this all a bit better. I will try to find somewhere that I can apply my energy and resources to so that I won't feel that my time here is wasted. I'm learning I can't live here in an artificially western way. I can't ...
... slid open the window open as far as it could go and poked her feet out into the breeze. I was enjoying the aesthetics of this in a non foot fetishist way, when the relief driver from the bus brought us two forms that had to be filled in. It was not clear what these forms were for, only that they had the words date of entry and date of departure. This sent us into a bit of a panic because we have a double entry visa. This means that we can leave India once to visit Sri Lanka ...
... consuming and complicated typical India) and also attempted to book our flight from Taipei to Bali which we eventually gave up on because we were so tired. Maybe tomorrow we can finish that off Alex cooked a lovely Indian cheese curry and we had fresh coconut for dessert we had an amazing time in Nepal but are happy to be back to comfort and cleanliness just for now and our new motto is: when in doubt brake out in song ...
... where Jawaharlal Nehru died. The exhibition is dedicated not only to Nehru´s life but also to the struggle for independence on the British government. In the garden a peaceful spot under one of the trees has been chosen for placing of a memorial with three eternal flames commemorating three deceased members of Nehru family (Jawaharlal, Indira and Rajiv) who had merit in one of the most critical political changes of the Indian state.
After visiting two different ...