Hotel Royal Castle Grand
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... rest of the complex. Considering construction started in 1632, without the advanced modern technology available today, it makes the perfect symmetry and the mathematical accuracy achieved all the more impressive.
Our next stop was Fatehpur Sikiri (a fortified ancient city built during the reign of the Mughal Emperor, Akbar) en route to Jaipur, and was the first in a series of swindlings that would leave our blood a little boiled. As we got out of our car, we were approached ...
... people fall ludicrously sick, said yes to all the right things, rekindled old friendships, made new friends, reunited with older ones, I have heard "salaam" "namaste" and "sat sri akaal" all in the same day, I've been proud to come to the realisation that I know a lot more about Bollywood than any of my Indian friends and at the same time been blown away by how enamoured my Indian friends are by Pakistani culture, I've danced till ...
... found that our seats/ beds were primely located. The journey was going to take us from 1pm in NJP to about 10.30am in Delhi. As mentioned and demonstrated before the 'AC3' cabin works on the premises of two inward facing benches seating 6 that separate to end up sleeping 6. However on the opposite side as the train is not that wide there are 2 birth seats/ sleeps. Not sure if this makes sense, but the 6 seating is width ways across the length of the the carriage and there are 3 levels ...
... tour of India and Bhutan. Our tour guide is Devendra Basnet who now lives in Kathmandu and has worked for WT since 1986. It is unfortunate that the original part of out trip to Darjeeling was cancelled as that was where he grew up and is quite familiar with the area. We are now going to Amritsar instead and although Devendra will be ...
... we’ve got to sort out how we’re going to pack this tent we’re sharing.”
“Yeah, well I might not be going to India.” He glanced around to make sure no one else was listening, “I haven’t got a visa.”
A moment of shock ensued. “What? But you can’t have just forgotten you’re visa.” But he did, and no manner of meetings with the headmaster or alternative plans could change the verdict: He ...