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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... mixed with covered women, men with coloured turbans mixed with men wearing topi caps. It was colourful and visually intoxicating.
That evening I visited the restaurant that Denis and Camile had recommended, called the Nutan and enjoyed a good Jalfrezi. I slept well in the Kameron. The next day I was determined to do some chores, so after my breakfast at the House of MG I went off across the river to the new part of town, where ...
... will miss keeping a count of how many days I have been in India. I will miss trying to figure out which of the 7 light switches is the one to turn the lights off. I will miss the most uncomfortable bed I have ever slept in. But most importantly, I will miss all of the people that I was able to share this life-changing experience with. I will miss being able to knock on any person's door and ask them if they wanted to do something. I will miss ...
... restaurant that we have gone to. Okki and I decided to split Allo Gobi, Vegetable Piriani, Plain Naan, and I ordered a sweet lassi. When the lassi came out, there was red syrup in it. (It looked very similar to the lassi at "Meritorious Restaurant.") From the first sip, it was hands down the worst lassi that I have had. It was the first time that I regretted ordering a lassi. But, of course, since it was in front of me, I finished it. When our food came out, it was ...
... His only reaction was a head-wiggle. A bit later he turned on the music of mp3 player. After we couldn't take it anymore I asked him to put headphones on or turn it off. Another head wiggle and a sigh but he turned it off. A steady stench of his intestinal blowouts filled our small space for the rest of the duration. Over the next hours, the rest of the beds filled up and the compartment became crammed with luggage. We had ...
... They we used face painting crayons to allow them to tattoo themselves/friends with whatever they wanted. As they realized how widespread tattoos are and how founded in culture and history many of them are, they seemed to be a bit more accepting of them. Task - accomplished. The students had some great thoughts on what tattoos could represent too: heritage, works of art, personality, family. All without me saying anything about that. These ...