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... a decade experience’s to host, who extend personalized services so that you enjoy a comfortable stay. An excellent home food, Family loves teaching Indian cuisines and is eager to learn about the food and culture of there guests. We hope you come as a guest and leave as a friend. In essence, we’d like to treat guests the way we’d like to be treated
... America (and assumedly Europe and the rest of the westernized world) there is the allowance of a dream. We see the most challenged among us as being capable of the elevation to material success. Here one's lot in life is, with little room for expansion, set. So, while the poor of the west look at the more successful with a justified, "Why you not me?!" attitude, no such thing exists here. You're not resented for being "rich" you are simply rich and they are poor ...
... what will I do after? The physical pain of not sleeping combined with the mental pain of not knowing at all what I'm doing is something I've never quite felt before, and never wanna feel again. Felt like life was falling apart. Still feeling that now but after a 4 hour power nap it's a bit better. Hopefully tonight or tomorrow I can meet some people at least, and make up a plan to get back on track. Me and my stomach, and budget, needs ...
... Chennai-New delhi leg where we got pongal and sambar vada)
as main course of food not known by management of Air India ?
We reached Srinagar checked in at Hotel JZ Bazaz It is a budget hotel located in a lane near dale gate decent hotel with excellent service by owner Mr.sarwar hussain The food was tasty. As per my request they arranged auto-rickshaw to sightseeing spots at Srinagar
After lunch we proceeded ...
... through a windscreen it had to be. We ground up and slithered down Zoja La, our final Himalayan pass, peering out of the windows at the truly terrifying vertical drop to our left and the green vale of Kashmir ahead. The military presence steadily increased as the kilometres to Srinagar passed by until, on entering the town we were confronted with sandbag machine gun posts and groups of wary armed soldiers at each intersection. The atmosphere was certainly different to the ...