Nirula's Noida Hotel
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... and Lynda reads out the days agenda. Seems we are to visit each and every religious place of worship in north India, me thinks if I can find this Shiva character I'll nut the bas###d, read tonight's blog. Bugger! Went everywhere but couldn't find him, but we did go into some interesting places including a Hindu temple where there was a bit of maintenance going on. Imagine how my thought process was going, for years I've been fighting various people of this religion ...
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... the door, grunted something, and crawled back into his bed. There were 2 other empty single beds in the room, and we were told that this was our room. Now, we had booked a private double bed room. We had paid extra to have the privacy, since we have things we want to lock up and just want some privacy at the end of the day... Now, we had just made it through the darkness of abandoned Kathmandu, and couldn't even turn on a light in "our" ...
... only white people surrounded by locals. So you could see us from miles away. The train was on time.. And very confused on where to go, we boarded. Ups! Not the right cabin. It was dark, and people were running like crazy and screaming to get a place on the train. Yikes! What's going on here...? A man pointed us in to a different cabin. We had to walk to several, before we found our seats(beds). A lot better then what we ...
... in India even though a large percentage of the population do attend. In fact a great number of young people have Bachelor's degrees which opens up jobs in hotels and jobs waiting on tables. One young girl I was talking to in the airport told me she had always wanted to work in a bank. She had her Masters in Economics and the first task was to write an exam with about 3500 other students. Then the top marks got interviews. She unfortunately did not do well on the test ...