Hotel Randhawa International
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... rger und Stress als Alleinreisende in
Indien erspart hat. Einige Kniffs und Tricks konnte ich mir auch
abschauen, die mir definitiv danach geholfen haben und generll würd
ichs nochmal genau so machen! Merci beaucoup an alle Beteiligten! :)Die Indien - Etappe nach dem Trip war anders, aber nicht we*****
spannend. Im Gegenteil, auf uns allein gestellt, fast ausschließlich
Local Transport nutzend, in definitiv we***** luxuriösen
Guesthäusern absteigend und viel mehr ...
... asking clearly over the phone whether the price included tax, they had given us the price excluding tax. And were quite non plussed about the whole thing. There was a real gem from one of their employees who reassured us that in 'our' currency we were only talking about a difference of a few euro, and that is nothing to us because we are wealthy whereas it makes a big difference to them. Not a hint of sarcasm or irony when this grain of knowledge was provided to us, and the ...
... around by Sikhs. Yet despite this everyone was really friendly. I stayed in a little dorm free of charge at the back of the temple and ate my meals, also completely for free, in the temple kitchens. Here, thousands of people came and sat on the floor together to eat the delicious food on offer at any time day or night. ...
... overcomes us; two big fat aunty-jis coming towards the back of the vehicle. This space is supposed to fit 3, which in India means 4 squeezed in. However, no one mentioned big fat aunty-jis in that equation. One squeezes in as Rishi squashes up against the window and I have my face against the seat in front…. Not so bad. However, one more aunty-ji left. She gets herself ready and pushes her Punjabi rotund size in. My face full of fear and slight disbelieve that they even try ...
... window earlier, pretty funny, Chelle trying to bargain as usual told the man Jim was her father and wanted a family discount as they both bought some shoes, there was some pretty out there shoes in this place. Back to the hotel we swapped emails with Jim and Kyle, said our goodbyes and called it a night. Early night for an early start. Look out Bikaner, if you are even a little squeamish our next encounter may not be for you.
Tristian and Michelle