Hotel Regal Enclave
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Day 12 - Jan 8th We arrived at Hotel Regal Enclave after our 2 hour flight from Delhi. The heat hit us suddenly and we breathed a sigh of relief that we could put our few winter woollies to the bottom of the case! Our first impression of the hotel were not so good, very rushed through reception, but no time to even ask any questions. Our room smelt …
Another day in India has just passed by. By now it is the 3rd city in 4 days. Vered and I had quick breakfast in the garden of Madhuban restaurant and our driver was prompt on time as usual at 9 AM. It was time to explore Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan. Our driver, Vijay Pandey recommended that we hire a guide for the tour and the cost went from …
... but to book these tickets. We thought we'd just suck it up and stretch our legs whenever we could. So the train arrives and we could not believe how many people were already squashed into our carriage. We somehow managed to squeeze ourselves onto the train and were suddenly genuinely concerned we were going to have to stand where we were with our bags on for 8 hours as we were so squished we couldn't move or take our bags off. We just had to try and ...
... Dharavi is one of the biggest slums in the world with over one million people living in 1.75 sq kms. It is estimated that the work that comes out of the area is worth some $650m. You can read a bit about it at http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/shared/spl/hi/w orld/06/dharavi_slum/html/dharavi_slum_ intro.stm
It is so alien to our life style.You cannot fail to be upset at the way the people live: especially children. But everyone is pleasant to you. I played ...
... the food was only ok. Should have known better really, I am Chinese after all. The best food in the end came from traditional Indian kebab joint. A tasty biryani and kebab roll.
We also had a explosion of flavours at a Gujarati thai restaurant. We sat down in front of a huge round tray with mini bowls on there. Straight away a queue of waiters came and dispensed a variety of vegetarian curries, chutneys and breads for us to feast it. It was all you can eat and we didn't ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
Bit disappointing, noisy, staff not very friendly. Breakfast good though.
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