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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to the ground, taking fist plummets from another kid and surrounded by rowdy mates egging them on. Seemingly like a petty argument, they finished the fight, screamed their heads off and continued playing their games together like nothing ever happened!
Whilst IngYun was using the facilities at a local chai shop, a visibly drunk elderly man - an amputee, started introducing himself ...
Today we visited the Lotus Temple. It was weird waking up with only half of the group left but we all ventured out at 9am. It wasn't the same viewing the temple without knowing anything about it because our tour guide wasn't with us but it was still nice. The temple is like the opera house in design and was completed in December of 1986. After this we visited the India gates where we were surrounded by ...
... and heat I was travelling in a fog). After check in at around 3pm Pratap arranged to pick us up again at 4.30pm to visit the Red Fort with a guide. Yes, we duly showered, changed and of again, out of the blessed airconditioned hotel, into car and of to the fort. Have to say it was great seeing it and guide was informative. He duly promised that after the fort he would take us to see how the precious and semi precious ...
... course very rushed. For instance there was 50 minutes at the red fort where I had previously spent four hours. I didn't go in two of the sights the Red Fort and the Qutb Minar as I had seen them before and the admission was Rs250/- each for a very rushed run through. Sights I did see in the morning where the xxxxx Hindu temple - quite pretty despite being quite modern. Inside where some really nice representations of the Hindu gods which unfortunately I ...
... multi-vitamin, several golf tees, a pink non-branded bar of soap, and a string of non-worded prayer flags. The children’s task was to take those item’s and brainstorm a list of 10 possible uses for the items they had been given. From there, we directed them to pick their two best ideas, before coming to a consensus on only one of them based on the” 4 P’s framework” (product, price, placement, and promotion) and keeping in mind that ...