Hotel Chanchal Continental
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... that my time in Amritsar and Delhi were unique and very adventurous, would I return, absolutely…I loved it…the people, the people are the ones that made my stay that much more special.
Onward to Moradabad…but first a quick synopsis of what transpired going into Pakistan.
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... counterfeiting. That was a lifesaver as I’ve got loads of 500 notes left. I changed them at the airport (no charge) so that’ll be a start for our next trip!
It’s been a really terrific holiday. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed discovering the Indian way of life and the lovely friendly people and I’m so glad I came – it’s been quite an experience and I have very colourful and very fond memories of my time ...
Nowadays, there is strong competition in world economy and you can see the reactions of that competition in various places. Companies are making huge cost cuttings and they are taking every possible step to maintain company in profits. Among so many reactions one reaction that is faced by employs those are close to retirement is pension freeze. Let's discuss what are frozen pension and how can they affect employees?
Frozen Pension ...
... probably the worst that we experienced to be honest. From then on Fiachra was the only one addressed but the men seemed slightly more friendly towards women.
We stopped by the Red Fort which was closed for maintenance on a Monday. We took a picture outside and then moved on to the Gandhi memorial, a memoir for the liberator of their nation. You will be asked to pay in here but you can actually take the paths up to walkways overlooking the ...
... as we wanted.
The second outing was to Lodhi Gardens. A large park in south Delhi that was situated in a part of the city with tree lined boulevards - completely different to what we had seen of Delhi previously. The gardens were full of temples and tombs. We would have hung around longer but we were told we had to leave as the US Secretary of State was arriving shortly!
We then grabbed a Tuk Tuk to Khan market which was an upmarket shopping area that also had loads ...