Park Plaza Hotel Gurgaon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... hand on your back and push you forward. If not this, then they often just try to lean into you and eventually cut you off in line. Let's just say we had to get aggressive:) We finally boarded a metro car. While I noticed a lot of women on the car, I didn't think much of it. Finally, a young woman came up to me and said "can you tell him to switch cars, this is a women's only coach" gesturing to Wilson. Wilson jumped off and got onto the next car which ...
... the circle"...dammit, Luke was right...again... We ended up having to pay an exorbitant amount (by Indian standards) for a tuk tuk driver to rescue us and take us to our hotel. But he had no idea either and took us to their sister hotel, The Hotel Pearl Palace. Agh! Thankfully, they have a free service between their hotels and we finally made it back haha. Hindsight..
Long day, but very cool day. Jaipur is great - lots to do and see. So glad we have 3 days here! xx
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... about how to survive here, in an expat kind of way. I now know where to get basic necessities, what facilities are here for me to use, how to go to a doctor, where to play golf, all in all how best to make my life as close to what I know as possible.
During this time however I have seen or heard things that raise questions in my mind, things that I have more or less tagged for future investigation or thought. For example, I ...
... of the people is that they are gentle. No one pushes too hard, except for the street children who David and I find hard to ignore. We know they are working us hard for small change but, as they tug on our sleeves, it is difficult not to see them as just small children. I have been healthily practicing one of 3 Hindi words my bank teller at RBC in Ottawa taught me before coming - "nahi," which means, "no." The Indians we encounter who want ...