Hotel KLG International
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... it is dye" and then he said, pointing to his heart, "But here it is black!"
Bahaha! I got what he meant, but funny that he would say that he had a black heart!
My night rides have been magical. I mean I am simply coming home to my hostel from shopping for gear or from watching a movie. Yet I am always carrying a sense of well being on these rides! Enthralled by the night life, the bustle of people and animals. One time late late, it was simply me and an ...
... the bags. I did my most antisocial face and I’m happy to say that just like in a pizza shop at 2am; it worked perfectly and nobody even dared to make eye contact with me. I was tired and groggy from medication; this is the worst version of me you could hope to meet.
Hayley comes running back and grabs her bag “He said, this train now. We have to get this train!” “Are you sure?” “He said Rishikesh, now” The tiredness, the heat ...
... wearing a thong the wrong way round! I'm sure that boozed up Brits abroad are probably even worse...in fact I'm sure of it but that doesn't make the Indian tourists any less annoying. They are the ones who chase us down the road literally begging for a photo of a white, blond girl and her hairy white boyfriend! They are also the ones who drop the most litter! I understand that some of them have come from really small little villages and ...
... to give you any answer, possibly the best they can come up with and with good intentions, but I would rather prefer no answer at all than to be misled. I was going back and forth on the Delhi circular trying to find the road to Chandigarh when a car pulled over and the driver rolled down the window and asked me where i was going. I said "Shimla". "Go after me", he replied. After 30 minutes of chasing him between cars I was finally on the main road going ...
Around 10, Sukhmani decided it was time to start. She sings as one half of a duo with a cool guy called Hari (a very hip, moderate Sikh with no turban), performing their own modern arrangements of ancient Punjabi songs. Mostly, Sukhmani sings while Hari, who spent three years in Manchester studying electronic music, provides the backing music and vocals, and occasionally beatboxes. I wasn't sure what to expect, but I LOVED ...