Jukaso IT Suites Gurgaon
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... and the potato was so creamy. After walking through a variety of streets we were brought to a Sikh temple. We were taught a bit about the Sikh religion and how it is a religion based on brotherhood. Everyone there was so friendly and they were happy to share their stories. Within the temple there is also a kitchen, where anyone, without any discrimination to wealth, gender, or religion, is allowed to come and eat for free. Those that have can donate time, ...
... great flourish flashed some papers; we presumed he had to show documentation. As we sat in the car it did not take long for hawkers to realize foreigners were in the car and they circled. On my side I had a monkey literally perched on the edge of the window with his owner wanting money as he saw my camera in my lap and assumed I had taken a picture of his monkey, which I had not, so I was not in too much of a mood to pay him, lesson learned from the elephant. On the other side of ...
... it smell. I hate waste especially out here so I'm hoping I will suddenly have a craving for a big banana shake or something. We will see. Our once good friend/taxi driver Deepak completely stood us up leaving us waiting confused in the middle of Thamel. Our planned meeting time came and went and impatient to get to the airport for our flight we had to forget about Deepak and get another taxi. I really hope he wasn't just caught up in traffic but we will never ...
... I had in my pocket and started to feed them. It was obvious that they were used to people because especially some of them didnīt hesitate even one second, approached me and grabbed food I had between my fingers. They were so lovely!
While walking around the Red Fort we managed to see the following Mughal constructions: Naubat Khana, Diwan-i-Am, Rang Mahal, Khas Mahal, Diwan-i-Khas, Hammam, Moti Masjid, Hayat Bakhsh.
Fortunately the Red Fort is not far away from ...
... your behaviour and be kicked out. This happened on our tour because a westerner outside our group took some photos with his phone. The building is sacred and they will not tolerate any practices that disrespect the holiness within. Again, be the tourist in that elite group in-the-know, and not in the large default group of the uninformed.
I sat beside a couple of tour mates and just closed my eyes listening to the chanting. Even though this was not my ...