Gujarat Bhavan Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... meant that we could open the windows. The fresh air seemed to make our confined space a little more bearable all be it sweaty at times. You could feel the dirt and dust and on your face after just a few hours of travel. We slept well and awoke at 4.15am to the sounds of the bus driver yelling at us to get off. I'm proud to say that we travelled for over 48 hours in three different trips to arrive in the Rajasthan area, a place that is said to be the true heart of ...
We got woken up by banging on the door by phil who had a coconut drink for us!! Very random but also nice!! We slept for most of the day due to jet lag and a hangover haha but we also decided to go back down to cafe universal for some dinner...the food was amazing and we all had several drinks again and got an early ...
... mark bowls out busting the shades, holding a map up looking like Arnie from terminator). The young guy was very genuine though, he explained that things obviously aren't safe at the min in Delhi from what happened in the news and explain that he doesn't want us to think all Indians are the same. He organised a taxi (weird 3wheel open car thing) for us and actually came with us to drop us off at a English help centre and then got a taxi back to the station where he began ...
... to get them moving! We then noticed the girls all wearing badges which said "girl power". No ****!!!! The plane was new, clean and modern. The uniforms are cool! Very stylish. If this is the face of new Indian entrepreneurship, look out world! Especially in India, it is ripe for disruption and reinvention. Indigo are now rated number 1. ...
... of the arrest of two young women for a Facebook post criticizing the government. The girls were released and the police who arrested them are currently suspended but it is causing a huge debate around India’s new internet laws. In the lifestyle pages of the Hindustan Times (targeted at the emerging middle classes) there are reports of a number of childcare options for the busy working Mum in Mumbai. You ...