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- Drycleaning onsite
- Conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Banquet room
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... We understood why as this amazing man has made concrete rather beautiful.
So as we sit in our hotel near New Delhi airport after getting across Delhi with surprising ease, we can only reflect on how incredible our journey in India has been. We have seen beautiful landscapes, met wonderful people and learnt so much in our 7 weeks in this extraordinary country. The kindness of people, the power of a smile to start a conversation and the sheer diversity ...
... every one of them was more bizarre than the last. I had to take some travel sickness pills to stop me from feeling ill while I was going to sleep. The only real problem with them is that they make me really groggy when I do wake up.
Hours went by and I woke up after forgetting I had put ear plugs in and think I'm deaf; not something I would recommend. Hayley is shouting the name if our stop at me, it sounds like sambar, there's a guy in the aisle shouting it at me too. ...
Friday 27th December 2013
- Up at 4am to catch the very early morning train to Chandigarh. We managed to find a Tuktuk at this early hour to take us to the train station. Once there, we had to fill in some stupid forms to buy the ticket for the chair class (Indians LOVE red tape!). The train surprisingly left on-time at 5:40am and took 4.5 hours to reach Chandigarh. On the train, we met a really nice Japanese architect student from Osaka who was also going to ...
... of various delicious curry's.
Sadly that night and the following day all of the moderate stomach bugs that we experienced in Rishikesh came out in full force and Laura spent most of the day in bed/on the toilet (just what you wanted to know.) It was a sad day, but after a concoction of herbal remedy's, strange green water and pills, she felt just about well enough to participate on the Mendi. This is a traditional ...
... s avenues, there's not a whole lot to do in Chandigarh, and it's not normally a stop on the tourist trail. The main attraction is this really weird 'Rock Garden' made with recycled waste. It's actually the second most popular domestic tourist site in India. I wasn't particularly thrilled, but thought it was interesting. Waste in India is a huge problem. No city has figured out how to run a waste collection service ...