Park Inn Gurgaon
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... Lima, who was committed to improving nutrition in schools in poorer neighborhoods. We remember Bob on our scientific expedition to Antarctica. He was an incredible connoisseur of the seventh continent and its history. We remember Cristina and her enormous effort to preserve the culture of the Uros on Lake Titicaca and to help the people continue to live with dignity ...
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... we arrived back we quickly jumped in a rickshaw and asked to go to anywhere with aircon and food. This request seemed to work as we ended up at what seemed to be the only decent restaurant in the whole town. When we walked in the coolness was like heaven on my skin I could have spun around with delight. As I looked around I could see only white families or well dressed upper class Indian families so we knew it was a classy establishment. Although money was on my mind, ...
... Dear god, I thought I had seen it all when it comes to spa treatments but this took it to a whole new level.
First off you are in a very narrow room with a massive massage bed . It's an extra wide slab of wood with a thin mattress and disposable cover on top. Behind that is something that resembled a large glass and wood coffin. It was a vaporising chamber ! Of course ! There were 2 ladies dressed in beautiful clothes ready to perform the massage treatment. I was told to ...
... I'm trying to remember a different quote about travelling, I can't quite recall it or where it's from but I've often reflected on my travels thinking yeh, sure it was fun but what did I achieve? Especially when I can't remember half of what I saw, what I did or what some cities even look like. Well the quote was something along the lines of travelling not being about what you see, eat or do - but the person that you become. My travels have undoubtedly shaped me into the person I am ...
... in lines, the smallest child at the front. M was about halfway back and her eyes didn’t leave me once. My guide did a short talk about me, telling the kids my name and age and what I was doing here and got them to repeat some parts. At the end he asked “So what is her name?” to which all the kids looked slightly embarrassed and glanced sideways at each other. The best they could come up with was something beginning with E. I think I might try and find an adaptation of ...