Hotel P.K. Residency
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I expected fancy big clean air conditioned type of shops and I suppose on the inner layers its a bit like this but the outer layers (it is circular shaped) are small normal heavily stocked shops. Because we are in rich persons shopping territory this place came with a bit of hassle and almost immediately a guy clocked us and wanted to take us to a government shop. After a while of him persistently following us etc I told him very clearly that we did not need any help, want to go ...
... work abroad can be a relaxing, energizing escape from your day-to-day routine of work, school, or family commitments.
2. Learn to be flexible: Volunteering travel trips help you to learn to adapt and be flexible in adverse situations instead of losing your cool and sometime your flexible nature during those situations can make or break the result of your trip. Working in Masai Mara, Kenya is one ...
... hotel pool to relieve aching muscles. The Cougar had succumbed to Delhi Belly, while Wayne turned up late and showed off by swimming laps.
Celebratory drinks were held in the Roadhouse Bar and Grill, which evolved into dinner at the bar, with beefburgers being a popular choice. As the excitement wore off and alcohol, sore muscles and dodgy stomachs kicked in we slowly drifted off. The way things stand our next two games may need to be six a ...
... time. Nevertheless, it is amazing to understand the mosaic of cultures from which today's India originates.
In order to test our faith, and after yesterday's mosque, we have visited three other religious sites: an hindu temple, a sigh temple and a catholic church. Despite our best religious efforts, the dark skies open and the heavy rain falls on the city for a short period. And we do not have any rainproof clothes! To cheer us up, we visit one of the oldest ...
... from across India. Janice seemed to enjoy perusing the stores as Sumant and I stood in wait. She did buy some rather nice anklets which she seems happy with.
At this market they also served food, dishes from across India. I was introduced to Aloo Chat…something I wished I had tried long ago. It is essentially ‘Home-fried’ potatoes with spices. Think chips and curry, but a dry powder rather than sauce.
After, we went to ...