Hotel Diamond Plaza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... pulled carts. No monkeys or pigs this time but we did see a couple of men dressed up as ladies in the full sari regalia prancing provocatively along…...very fetching and enticing. I kept a careful eye on Graham. Most of the time when it comes to toilet requirements, I’ve learnt to hang on in there and wait, but knowing that we’d got a five hour journey ahead of us (on top of the five hours we’d already been on the road) I ...
... they reserve a few of the nicest first class seats on every train in India just in case a rich tourist wants to take the train that day. We don’t have to book days in advance or stand around in sweaty offices waiting for the chance of being on a waiting list to get a ticket. We just turn up and say “Hello, I’m white and I have £10 in my pocket, can I go on the train?” and they say “Certainly Sir! Come this way, your private car awaits” We ended ...
... Dancing with the Stars. The young men students put on a skit in Hindi. I have no idea what they were saying, but **** jokes translate well....The evening ended around midnight after an amazing dinner/mingling event that was chaotic, crowded and fabulous. Jackie and I even sported our new bangles! It was the last chance to socialize with our new friends and get to know their families. They were all so sweet and eager to introduce us to their children and relatives. I collapsed into my ...
... bag and duvet) we get a tuk tuk to the Golden Temple, the Sikh's holiest shrine. Once there we remove our shoes and even Jamie has to cover his head. You wash your hands then feet, then as you walk from the mad busy streets through a White arch you are hit by the chants by the priests in Gurmukhi from the golden two storey temple called the Hari Mandir Sahib in the middle of the pool of nectar (holy water around it). The sun reflects off the golden domes an on the ...
... a little bit of travelling with us around India. For us, this is an opportunity of a lifetime to better understand our roots and where our families came from before settling abroad. We could always visit the places on our own but having our parents show us and tell us stories will be much more of a fufilling experience.
Chandigarh was the first ever planned city in India, it is a clean and orderly city (it has road lines!), compared to a lot ...