Kshitij Hotel Royale
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Estic contenta d’haver pogut convèncer en John que les nostres motxilles fossin més grans que les de l’Elena i l’Ariana. Així, mentre en John l’ha portat plena de cables i material informàtic, medicines (portem pràcticament un hospital ambulant) i altres accessoris, jo he pogut tenir una mica més d’espai per posar-hi més roba i sabates per poder triar una mica més. L’Elena i ...
... a hawker was convinced Barry should be buying jewelery, no, was not an answer any of them wanted to hear which brought even more people around perhaps for persuasion. As the two of us were putting a plan together as to how to deal with the situation we saw our driver running for the car and moving the crowd that had gathered to get in and speed off but not before checking to ensure they had not damaged his car! We arrived into Agra where we were to meet our tour guide (Ali) and ...
... had wine glasses with gin rather than Lambrini and Frosty Jacks. Just shows you, no one really ever grows up and in my opinion that's a jolly good thing! All in the all I had a brilliant night and met some really interesting, accomplished people. Two guys were living the life as whiskey tasters, travelling the world and getting payed well for the fun. Wouldn't mind that ! For now, being unemployed and travelling will do me just fine, especially if it's going to be this much ...
... met by a "government agency worker," who just wants to inform us that we should go to the "Official Government Tourist Office," that was there to prevent us from being ripped off by fake agencies posing as government ones (just like he was - a scam) Whist I stood there entertaining this "government official," Shelly informs him that we know where our hotel is and we want to go straight there (although we hadn't yet booked one and were winging it) A shouting match broke out ...
... sandstone is very well conserved. Set in a garden, people tend to forget that this is a tomb. Ironically Humayun's Tomb is surrounded by massive slums although not readily visible from the main streets. I caught a glimpse of Delhi's grim reality whilst on my way to Humayun's Tombs. Backtracking the same route along the main highway, I entered the slum compound via a rubbish heap bridge hidden from view with dense shrubs and trees. The entry area was a rubbish ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking