Kshitij Hotel Royale

Address: 8-10,Sector-29, Gurgaon, Haryana, 122001, India | Hotel
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      Rahjastan the man

      A travel blog entry by taylorheadseast on Nov 26, 2014

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      ... l'm happy to be a back seat big lad but with lndian roads, speed bumps every 300m and Karun Chandhok behind the wheel I spent more time with my head against the roof than on the pillow. This also meant that we arrived 3 hours early in Jodhpur, missing our pick up from the guest house. Mildly concussed and not amused the girls and I pilled into an Auto and headed into the city, preparing ourselves to try and give him the slip before out guesthouse to avoid the huge commission he'd be ...

      Wide Eyed Again

      A travel blog entry by shyam_t on Nov 09, 2014

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      ... of Fatehpur Sikri but was further reminded when I came across an article written by an Indian woman living in America and who had visited Fatehpur Sikri. Her Kaamram was a little girl, and she very eloquently describes her encounter, and its aftermath :

      "...She calls out to me. I look at her and see the kind of despondency that exists just before a child’s eyes go hollow, before they are wholly crushed by the unjust adult world that they had the misfortune ...

      Return To The Capital

      A travel blog entry by travelnshit on Oct 17, 2014

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      ... It's still in the garden as a folly because the British do a love a good folly.

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      Our Last Day in India

      A travel blog entry by partheymuller on Aug 22, 2014

      ... that we didn't want to talk with strange men and we wanted to be left alone. I would like to say that that sent him away but it didn't. We just kept walking and he finally took the hint and disappeared.

      We couldn't find the government run tourist information center so we went to a travel agent that was posing as a tourist information center for information on the Lotus Temple. ...


      A travel blog entry by paulfeeney on May 17, 2014

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      ... and the shear funniness of the situation) he was laden down with bags that he had stuffed under a very unhappy passengers seat. He just acted like he couldn't speak English and smiled, the guy just gave up on him and left them there. As the conductor came around for tickets, he must of felt sorry for poor aul Jimmy and found him a foldable seat between the carriages that usually holds luggage. So over the next few hours Jenny and myself would go ...