Royal Orchid Brindavan Gardens
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... crazy! Thoughts of selling everything and moving here to wanting to go home and never come back. Observing the transient and fickle nature of the mind, grasping, wanting , not wanting , averting. Days filled with learning to chant, pronounce and write letters in Sanskrit. Doing our homework together and understanding more. Very pleased to note our efforts met with approval by our teacher. Walking what seems like miles with tired legs in the warm, humid climate, wondering why we ...
... buses (smelly and crowded), and eating our first meal of thali (chapatti and rice with a selection of curries and chutneys to sample) and sathi paneer (cheese satay). Now it would be pointless to try describing the food we eat every time we eat it. Nobody (with the exception of Amber) really wants to know what each thing tastes like and how it feels against our palate and the drool-inducing array of smells that accompany every restaurant we pass by. I will save ...
... he will tell his family that he is ready, they will contact their friends/relatives and see if there are any eligible suitors. Rajesh will then go to see these girls, and if they both "swipe right" then they are to be engaged.
Rajesh had some interesting opinions as to why this was a good method. His primary preference is that it means that the marriage is "fresh". None of this having to try hard to impress a girl. No, you can ...
... to confirm the destination and he did. After we had been sitting for a few minutes Lauren started looking nervous. I “volunteered” to ask a few more people. Leaving the train I approached a stall and asked the employees there what train this was and whether it went to Hospet. They confirmed again. That one mistake of getting onto the wrong train has left us extremely paranoid. This time we were beyond the shadow of a doubt on the right train. ...
... called Adam from my hostel and I'm embarrassingly bad, as I can hardly stretch my hands beyond my knees but everyone has to start somewhere. We practice in a Hindu temple hall and Adam doesn't think the teachers instructions are brilliant but he spends almost he entire hour with us and at least I get a personalised lesson. On 26th flu kicks in and for the next few days I lie in bed ill not able to do anything. I probably caught the illness after my run when my immune system was ...