Nirula's Noida Hotel
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... full of rats. Ni said the best thing as we approached the opening grand gates, 'You always have to walk through a shithole to find something beautiful, that just sums up India' it made me laugh because it's so true. As we reached the more touristy area we were bombarded by young kids on the streets asking for or trying sell us magnets, maps, key rings, postcards etc. I ended up emptying the entirety of my bag to give things to them because they were just too cute. ...
... about that site by simply scrolling to the menu option. It is easy and more convenient as you can take the tour at your own comfortable pace. Ask your kid to hear and convey the information so that it can become a good source of education.
Amber fort to Jaipur city is a straight road and easy to approach.
We had our lunch at 'Natraj' restaurant (on MI road). ...
... a curfew. It was election day, in a very important FIRST election in many years. We had stumbled into the primordial soup of democracy, and it turns out that it is more like a rancid rice pudding than soup. After the fact, we learned that there had been bombings of various polling sites, which caused the curfew. All we knew was that we boarded the one bus, met a sweet Turkish couple to chat with on the ride, and when the bus stopped, were ...
... and the two WAM WAGs who took heaps of photos.
After some photos and presentations to the opposition and the excellent umpire, it was back on the bus with an esky of Kingfisher Extra Strong for journey back to the Hotel.
It was a very pleasant evening so we went outside to celebrate the day's cricket in the garden. A very large bill was racked up the team as they celebrated a great day’s cricket. Goodness knows how much would have been spent if we had ...