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TravelPod Member ReviewsMegha Homestay New Delhi
Great way to get a taste of family life in India. Meals, a driver, assistance can be provided. Close to the violet Metro line and in a nice area with a wonderful park across the street.
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... and sooooo busy, it's lane upon lane of items to be mostly sold wholesale to shop owners and dress makers and such. Had an amazing lunch at Parawdewala , a generations old eatery.
We headed back to hotel to gather our things for the night train to Jaisalmer. On our way to the station we encountered some insane and I mean insane but oh so interesting traffic, cows, cars, Tuk tuks, pedestrians, goats, carts pulled by man ...
... to rip the reigns through my hands, and the
head-shaking fling of camel snot onto my shirt and pants no longer hold
sufficient charm to offset the powerful and growing pain in the groin.
18. Rejoice, as finally, as the sun sinks toward the horizon, the sand
dunes of our overnight destination come into view. Marvel at the site of
another camel caravan silhouetted against the dune studded horizon. Strait
out of Lawrence of Arabia (or, was ...
... to know your parents' names, place of birth, nationality and previous nationality. If, for example, your parents are British and always have been, both current and previous will be "United Kingdom."
... leftovers are a no no, even if they are only 2 hours old). My only criticism of the spicy, flavorful Indian cuisine is that it looks incredibly unappealing. The peas drowning in brown gravy in a stainless steel pot reminds me of something Adam Sandler’s lunch lady would serve up as a cruel joke to a class of junior high students. However, once it hits the lips, joy overcomes one’s soul while sweat drips down the forehead (if the food is seasoned properly).
... This is a very seldom occasion whereby we ordered only one thing each (split) and actually we are very satisfied as it is great quality. Most of the time we have spent around £10+ (or 5 each)- which doesn't sound like a lot but actually seeing as though we just both had an amazing dinner for £2 each I kind of feel like we might have got a bit comfortable with ordering too much and experimenting. Either way I don't regret it, I am by nature fascinated by food so it's ...