Hotel Marc Royale
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... is a long robe worn with tight pants underneath and a suit is a dress with tights underneath. Over the next 2 days, we would spend several hours picking colors, styles, materials, and negotiating price, delivery time, and alterations with the Masterji for these 20 outfits. Dipy became a pro in women's sizes and alterations as he battled with the Masterji on exactly what we needed and the measurements of women's chests. Mama barked out the orders and stated ...
... was still feeling pretty terrible and not looking forward to the Sleeper train back. No AC class for the class Kwants this time, they would be riding true Indian style.
As we found our place on the carriage we realised we’d be sharing with a family and their baby. Yup. Noise. We didn’t really sleep much and Tim was back and forth to the toilet all through the night. Back in Udaipur we made it to the haven of Filadelfia and slept for a day!
... was kick-ass!
About 2 weeks had passed in Punjab until one day i got a call from Dubai. It was my uncle who called me to inform that he wants me to start my job as soon as possible. Although i was sad that i could`nt do some of the other stuffs that i had planned to (like going to Shimla) but i was also pretty excited cause it was going to be the beginning of the next phase of my life..a new phase of my life.
What an amazing night! I have never felt so happy, right down to my toes. Feel so content and light, my faith in humanity has been restored. We had just finished our meal when we were approached along the walk way by a Sikh gentleman. Having been so used to scammers this last week our automatic reaction was to be suspicious (which is sad). He shook our hand and introduced himself as Narinder Singh, aged 75 and lived in Chandigarh since 1958. He said he ...
... Himmalaya Marg. We were in the Hotel Divya Dip which had a big photo of Sai Baba in the hallway.
We returned to the sector 17 shopping centre where men sit polishing shoes and ladies roast corn on the cobs. We returned to the coffee shop for more treats like mango milk shakes and paneer pakoras.
A huge storm broke out and we ran to our new home, in the dark through the flooding streets, in torrents of rain, with lightning flashing all around us.