Park Plaza Hotel Gurgaon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... They are peace loving but were hunted down and killed in the 1800s. Today they are accredited with the United Nations.
We had Chinese food for lunch then on to Humayun's tomb. Humayun was the 2nd Mughal Emperor of India. Nine years after he died in 1565 his wife, Bega Begam, commissioned the tomb and paid for it all herself. It is surrounded by beautiful Persian water gardens, and was big enough to hold 100 ...
... Our rickshaw driver tried to squeeze even more money out of us and I was in such an excitable mood I gave him a few quid more. The train arrived but it did not have our train number on it. we paced up the carriages and asked people and asked more people who all said it was our train but why does it not have the right train number on it. In the end it started to leave and we had to make a decision and I decided it was on so we jumped on a moving train in a random place. Everyone ...
... is a particularly posh restaurant so I treated myself to an overpriced lunch and a beer before we caught up.
India Talent Revolution is a workshop designed to help you identify your talents (**** you're good at) and shadow talents (**** you suck at) and use them to better yourself and your life. They don't mean, ...
... theme). This building was surrounded by beautiful grounds and a few other fancy buildings. It was a huge contrast to how we imagined Delhi! After that, Ishaan played chauffeur and took us all to the Krafts Museum where we had a delicious lunch: we tried Chaat, deep fried balls of something, sweet and sour mango juice, some curries and aubergine yoghurt and mash. The Krafts Museum itself was a great place to look at art from all over India and ...
Hi everyone, we are now in England house and pet sitting in a picture post card town called St. Anne's on the Sea. Some of you avid golfers may recognize the name as the British Open has been played here at the Royal Lytham & St. Anne's Golf club a number of times with the most recent in 2012.
The following is Part 1 of our India experience.
I left you last time with a sunset photo I took as we were descending into Indira Ghandi airport in Delhi and ...