Park Plaza Noida
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... old laws, stucked in their way, still believing that there is no room for change and evolution, unless there is profit in it...). I took 10 years to make this move to freedom. That is the nature of the physicality of existence. Physical plane = dense-ness, and therefore slow changes. To image this, we move faster through space than through air, than through water, than through the ground. Yet, I could have one regret if I didn't believe in karma, and that would be of not ...
... us to the Taj. The food was delicious and I ordered about three dinks because I was so dehydrated. My Eskimo clothing to cover up my sunburn left me overheated to say the least. I had to nip off to the toilet to reapply after sun and was met by strange looks when I came back out, a group of Indian women were either wondering what the hell I was doing in the toilet for that long or were just staring at my sun burn (well I couldn't leave my hat and sun glasses on in ...
Some basic math problems for you all (and yes, Erica, I am pretty darn sure that my math is right, this time ;) )
1 generally bacteria-naive intestinal tract + millions of unwashed hands - any known safe food options + 2 weeks of exposure = "Delhi Belly"
Delhi belly - water - food - sleep = unhappy traveler
BEST HUSBAND IN THE WORLD + 3 hours of computer research + 2 hours of ...
... As usual catches go begging but we hold a few as well and keep the score down to 239 off 40 overs. Our best bowling and fielding performance so far and all done with a team of walking wounded.
Morrie and comeback king Frank are to open. The plan is to go slowly as Frank can’t run. First ball Morrie plays tip and run and Frank is run (walked?) out without facing a ball. Frank’s rotten luck continues.
... much worse. The traffic was a challenge, with foot passengers, tuk tuks, bikes and oh yes, buses to contend with, I thought we all passed for our first day traffic dodging.
The amount of beggars also, with the majority I came across being children, was extremely sad. And yet the advised course of action was to ignore and give nothing.
Another metro ride and we were in Connaught Place, in the heart of New Delhi, which now had more ...