Hotel Gautam Deluxe
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... be there soon sir".
About 15 minutes goes buy and the nice man that offered his phone came back and said, "the taxi broke down, we will give you a ride - here he is even on the phone." I picked up the phone, "hi, taxi broke down, get different taxi," I said "what hotel are we going to, who are you picking up, what is my name." His response was something I couldn't understand but he clearly didn't know anything.
it was very ...
After two fairly relaxed weeks in Shanghai, I am on my way back to India to continue my journey. As on the flight from Delhi to Shanghai, this direction is a Boeing 787 again :-). After a typical dinner and watching of the final 7 episodes of „How I met your mother“, I took a glance through the big windows of the 787. What I saw, was definitely among the top three of my most beautiful views out of an airplane. Deep down the city light of Kunming (China) glowing through a ...
... first guests to arrive and with Per as my escort, it quickly became apparent that he is very well liked by this crowd and well known and was greeted with much warmth and happiness. The lawn was all decked out in lights and there was a harpist playing for our enjoyment. To add to the festivities they flew in three performers from London's West End. They sang several songs from popular and well known musicals and operas, and were amazing. This was ...
... fireworks, which was a good idea, as only some of them would light properly. Others of them would fizzle and half-light, shoot off sideways or just sit and smoulder. Then, someone would cautiously inch forward again toward the lit firework, and have to lean in toward it to check on it. This is how, I am sure, many people get injured... The smaller fireworks, and the unfathomably loud firecrackers, are given to the younger boys, ...
... which is gorgeous is a understatement.
Qutab Minar, originally an ancient Islamic Monument, inscribed with Arabic inscriptions, though the iron pillar has some inscriptions, and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Qutub Minar is made of red sandstone and marble. The tower has 379 stairs, is 72.5 metres (237.8 ft) high, and has a base diameter of 14.3 metres, which narrows to ...