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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... a tremendous amount of time and money. In the next few years, these will most likely be the norm in visas. Applying for a visa in India is not a difficult process. It was actually the easiest visa for me to obtain. However, it is actually slightly more difficult for someone from India to obtain a passport, especially the US and UK. Today was very interesting! Can't wait for tomorrow. Until ...
... may not be very funny to all of you reading this but my travel companions and I laughed about this later, more than once. More Shopping We went to two more shops to get some incense and bindis for our daughters. The shop where we bought the incense was just an outdoor shop. The store we went in for the bindis was quite different. It was clearly a local pharmacy (chemist) and we went up to the second floor where everything a girl would ...
A brief but very welcomed stop at Bangalore at Raj's cousin's house before we headed to Mumbai. Along with the delicious home cooked food we went out to watch a hindi movie called 'Patiala House'. Preeti bhabhi also found a very apt t-shirt for Raj which read 'crazy for bananas'. Raj raided the banana supply every time we came here.
... we headed back to join back the others.Then the trek down began, we kinda forgot the route we came… so “Where there is a path , there is a way” became the motto…so followed path filled with thick trees and ...