Travel Blogs from Ulhasnagar
... not dealt with contained in the established number - these
types of items can include fixtures and home furniture, air cooling, electric
motor generator and car or truck never-ending cycle procurement, setup or
remodelling fees, purchasing a refrigerator, digicam or CCTV monitoring. The
sanctioned directory of systems are offered via the internet for verification
before you apply. If you think your ...
... Express in Colaba last night (noted for future use). Today, one of the EY Directors took me for lunch in a place in the Palladium shopping centre, which was basically all you can eat Indian food. They were piling things up on the plate faster than we could eat them, including some delicious curries, mango lassi, some kind of rice pudding thing, chutneys, and the most vile sour milk drink I've ever tasted. The lunch went on for 3 hours and by the time ...
... for me, but be there at 10am if you want to buy an AC ticket! Tatkal tickets are about 10% more expensive than normal tickets, but remember 10% of very cheap is almost nothing. Check first at the normal booth if there are normal tickets available before going to the train ticket office for foreigners, if no normal tickets just ask where to buy tatkal, some cities have an office only for foreigner ticket sales.
I went back to Anjali backpackers and booked a night ...
... I can't believe the broken bus got us here so quickly, he must have really floored it. It sure felt like that. Anyway, this new busman is equally crazy except this time we can see everything coming for us. You've never seen a bus go so fast and weave in and out of traffic. The new bus man shouts at one of his workers while driving. One hand on the wheel, the other on his employee while he man handles him from his seat. We can only imagine what he's shouting at this tired, ...
... hotel restaurant.
Next day (11th Feb) we planned to visit the Calico Museum of textiles but found out only on that morning that we had to book and it was already full. So we ended up spending the morning at the hotel before checking out and heading out for lunch. We ended up at the rooftop hotel of a historical building. Here we had a traditional thali lunch (lots of little dishes of curries, sauces etc with bread and rice). We got a ...
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility