Hotel Gautam Deluxe
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... India) Private Limited was found in the year 2007. The company utilizes the latest technologies to provide end to end software and many value added services to the bus transport industry. It works with features like vehicle tracking systems, e-ticketing, passenger information system and more. The company is slowly becoming a preferred choice for online bus ticket booking for many consumers. ...
... Levi's are a fraction of the UK cost, even from their own shops. So again we went back to Connaught Place which is built as a huge circle with an outer and inner road, filled with shops, reastaurants and bars. I bought two pairs of Levis for just £30 in total! Tonight we are returning to the same place to have our last dinner in India. We do in fact have another whole day here tomorrow as our flight leaves at 3.40 am on what will be Sunday ...
... Mostly of all we were concerned about the bag that we packed full of toys to bring to the children at the orphanage! But now the children would be happy too! When we finally made our way out of the luggage area though the exit there was a whole bunch of people waiting for the passengers. I looked around anxiously and impatiently for our driver holding a sign with my name on it!! Frustrated I said o Jeff "I DON'T SEE MY NAME ANYWHERE!!! What's going on". Jeff laughed and said "I ...
... to the rotating fund. The event would be held and organized by this year’s BRIC program, in addition to next year’s BRIC students, so it’s purpose would be twofold; spreading awareness and raising funds for BBA, while also acting as a social mixer for previous BRIC students to interact and give advice to future BRIC participants. Fast forward to next fall and next year’s BRIC program would then be able to go to the village where ...
... rattling by, street sellers shouting and heckling and the traffic! You would not believe the noise the traffic can make. I think it would be easier for the people of India if the cars horn was constantly switched on! There was a barrage of Rickshaw and tuk tuk drivers that set upon us like you would not believe. “Where you going?” “I take you to nice hotel” “Welcome to India, where you from?”. This is common practice I know. ...