K. K. Royal Days Hotel Convention Center
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
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... they are just kicking back, watching the world go by and pondering life. It seems in the years in between that the consumption of beetle nut and the resulting red rotten teeth has diminished but the incidence of red hair dye has been lovingly embraced. Hair and beards dyed in the most appalling shade of orange resulting from poor product and the natural colour of the hair they are starting with. It was everywhere and looked so awful but obviously that is my opinion only as they ...
... some time for our ears to get used to the quiet. We were warmly welcomed by the hotel staff with a spot of red paint on the forehead and a glass of Thumbs Up (a brand of cola). The hotel is a beautiful family business owned by the rulers of the town. The family still own all the land in the village and the villages nearby, which the farmers work on without paying rent. However, they have to give the family half of their profits. In this area of the country it seems that part of ...
... was assured. Having just taken up golf, Steve took himself off to the Delhi Golf Club. Cost prohibitive for most and so he found himself playing a round with a Government Official. His caddy was about 90 years of age and insisted on carrying Steve's gold clubs instead of getting a buggy. There is apparently a hierarchical structure for the caddies? The guys who is the oldest and closest to the entrance gets the gig. Steve arrived early so his caddy was very, very ...
... versus seeing our programs in action, the latter of which has been an experience that I am extremely grateful for.
One of the social mobilizers explained that she came to Room to Read because she saw that she could be a part of giving girls options and preventing them from being forced into situations such as her own. She was married off by her parents and gave birth to her first child at the age ...
... about Incredible India - the chai - the Taj - the great meals at fabulous locations with supberb views of palaces and forts - the forts - the cheap & cheerful cost of touring around - the sight of a cow having a sleep in the middle of the busy street - the fact that despite all the people and all the poverty i always felt safe - the sight of men huddling around a paper fire on the street to try to stay warm at mornings and nights - the coin gatherer underneath ...