Royal Highness Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... is a huge tree trunk, which you have to duck underneath to reach the washbasin. Its when you venture to the washbasin that the restaurant’s real notoriety becomes obvious, as on the ground next to the tables are several graves. These graves have flowers and railings preventing clients from stepping on them. If you are lucky enough to be eating at prayer time, you can witness incense sticks being lit and placed on the grave next to ...
... I will miss having chai whenever I want, and it only costing 10 rupees. I will miss having to wait until 12:30 PM to eat lunch when it is served. I will miss having to say "Samved (H)ospital" in, again, my best attempt. I will miss Okki and I freaking out when we do not know who has the key and whether we lost it or not. I will miss being able to always have the option to do anything I wanted. I will miss seeing hundreds of new people every day. ...
... they went, there was a man playing a sitar on one of the tables and there were candles and rose petals everywhere. It sounded like a good place to try; it's always good to hear some live music. It was an adventure to even find the restaurant, considering it was quite a ways outside of our stomping grounds. After it took about 20 minutes to find the restaurant, we finally arrived: Topaz. Sounded elegant enough. When we were brought to the basement, the first thing that we all ...
... colorful bundles of people were stretched out asleep on the street in front of the station, the noise and dust didn't deter them. Our train was delayed for 15 minutes but, apart from several fat rats that where scouring around the tracks, all seemed pretty civilized on the platform.
MIDDLE AND UPPER CLASS INDIANS USE RESERVED SEATS ON THE TRAIN
In our compartment, we found paper wrapped bundles of clean ...
... turned an idea for the activity into a hot mess by continually trying to ‘fix it’. It’s in these group discussions that you learn a lot of people’s personalities, and there are a few women that are continually putting in sentences to prove that they are not at fault for a mistake having been made “This is what I have been saying from the beginning!” when someone points out what is wrong. I don’t ...