Travel Blogs from Gwalior
restoring my faith in India.
Another eventful train journey. I had stupidly believed the hotel guy when he said there would be lots of room on the train so it didnt matter that I - or rather he - hadnt booked a seat (see first Khajuraho entry for the joys of buying a tain ticket....)
Wrong - it was packed and there was only unreserved …
... the security check, proceed to the
Gate from which your flight is scheduled to depart.
4. On arrival in Thailand ¬“FOLLOW SIGNS ¬–VISA ON ARRIVAL¬”.
Before standing in the Queue for visa on arrival make ready
b. One passport
... musicand their different types of instruments.
Gwalia has a lot of history and there are many museums and palaces to visit, this is a good place for people who like to find out the history of different places.
Tomorrow is my last day :( so I only have half a day to explore. Where will I go?
Find out in my next blog! ...
... of his disease of leprosy. Out of gratitude he wanted to offer something to the sage and the sage asked him to fortify the hill. The hill was thus fortified and named Gwalior, and the city that gradually developed around it acquired its name.
Gwalior Fort, built by Raja Man Singh Tomar, of the Tomar dynasty. This formidable structure was reputed to be one of the most invincible forts of India. It occupies an isolated ...
... us that by and large, every one here likes to gym,
swimming and usually have sweet tooth. Around 2 PM we again started
backward journey of around one and a half hour to reach Gwalior. ...