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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... aren't as jam packed as south east Asian roads are, but I'm pretty sure they're more crazy. At one point we had a buffalo cart, horse and carriage, mopeds, tuk tuks, a camel, a bus and a couple of cars all trying to occupy the same space of road. Horns mean a couple of different things, mostly either "I see you and you're about to do something stupid" or "You can't see me but I'm about to do something stupid!" - and are used very liberally. We passed around ...
... for the day. Finally we had down time after lunch before everyone expect myself went shopping. The girls were literally thrown a retail experience as the sales consultant continually pulled out garments for the kids display. I did my best to write the travel blog and upload photos.
Dehra Dun has been a great start to our holiday. Vijay, Poonan and wider family have been amazing hosts. It's Indian culture to do everything for the ...
... a mile away so it came up to me and started tugging on my skirt to get them. Matt came over to TRY and save the day but the monkey just hissed at him so he backed off. I threw it one of my bananas and we rushed off just as others started to join in. The Arti ceremony was interesting. It was a combination of singing and theatrics in the beginning, finishing in the gurus prayer and the lighting of candles. The theatrics ...
... was no good restaurant around lakshman Zula. We looked around desperately and found an interesting place called Honey Hut. We were pleased to see the ambiance. I recommend this place to all who are looking for good food around lakshman Zula. Good quality, hygiene and prompt services. They have unique and interesting menu of majority of dishes using honey. Let me tell you, it is not just for the sake of adding honey. It is creatively developed.
... postures, that you're awakening and releasing muscles, nerves and parts of the body that aren't always used, and that this connects to memories and emotions. This may sound like pseudo-science but I think I believe it.
This is such a wonderful opportunity to spend so much time challenging myself physically and mentally, thinking about life, philosophy and myself. Being in this beautiful setting and surrounded by such beautiful, ...