Le Meridien Bangalore
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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... North, here in India.
Nagaland, is located in the North East.....in an área, not frequented by many tourists..so I am happy to be seeing this área! I haven't been to any palaces...temples yet....but...will be shortly! For me...the local life..the huge draw.....and being among the locals..I am the happiest! Stay with me..and I will show you Nagaland...The Hornbilll...Village Life...
Hugs, from Bangalore! ...
... and piles of goods for sale as well. We found a flower and fresh market. The flowers are rarely sold in bunches - rather they are strung together to form incredible garlands. One stall was stringing individual rose petals, while was selling flowers that had been dyed vibrant colours. Not much more it add - there is a definite feeling of the trip winding ...
... paradise. Whether you are planning to visit Nainital during winters when this verdant valley is covered with a blanket of snow or summers when the air is filled with the intoxicating scent of colorful blooms, it will definitely be an experience worth cherishing.
Boat rides on Naini Lake and lazy strolls on Mall Road are the activities you must experience during your Honeymoon in Nainital. Enjoy the mesmerizing views of sunrise and sunset ...
... they always play(and fight, but I'll group that in with playing). The girls on the other hand were less about playing with each other and more about doing things on their own w/o sharing anything. I can't tell if its because these kids grew up with less so when they do get something (like markers, colored construction paper, etc.) they don't want to share it, but the boys were more likely to act like this only when playing outside in which case they could go play another ...
... locals. Ram dropped us off, we checked our shoes, bought tickets and joined the que, the only westerners in about 100 devotees of Vishnu waiting to enter. Because we had purchased tour tickets, as opposed to being regular worshipers, we were shunted off to a different route. We happened upon a Japanese VIP who was being given a personal tour with an English speaking guide. We glommed onto the party and were given special blessings by ...