Shanti Bhawan Hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Family rooms
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... out and stored, people fixing animal shelters, and cutting down branches or cleaning up dead wood to be used for other purposes. Fascinating what different people do around the world in a day's work. We stopped at a stone square building with metal garage-like doors to see the new shop in the middle of nowhere. The family that owned that land, put in the building to sell things that are difficult for the surrounding farmers to access without a ride into Osian. Around the store, ...
... masala' tea in tiny cups that look like the ones my kids had for playing tea party. The tea was the best ! Out there...they of course grow their own mix of spices for the teas they make. There was a teen aged girl doing dishes in the sand! Yes, the sand! She would wet some sand, rub it around the metal dishes to scrub them then use piles of dry sand to absorb the moisture and polish the dishes. They really did look clean and shiny when she was done. Amazing! Of course ...
... s pappad came in a packet. There were crispy letters of the alphabet which Kuldeep said he used to teach his 6 year old son his ABCs. He very proudly told us he had been ‘recently blessed with a baby girl’ who’s 1 month and 10 days old.
It was fascinating how everyone seemed to know everyone, and funny too how Kuldeep treated all the shops as if they were his grandfather’s - he popped into one to borrow a pen (and expressed annoyance when ...
... the perfect pair, and the compulsory haggling began. She was getting nowhere, until she said something brilliant, which had me laughing long afterword. Before I tell you what that was, a brief fact-- all Indian currency contains a picture of Mahatma Gandhi.
Frustrated in the negotiations, she pulled out some bills and blurted out: "Mahatma Gandhi will be happier with you, and the earrings will be happier with me!" The seller cracked up, I ...
... off we went out of the station. The hotel had sent a car to collect us so it was good to see a guy with our name waiting for us and off we went to the hotel which turned out to be a really nice and swanky, we checked in and were told that we were lucky to be on time as that train is normally at least two hours late, it was great to walk into a room that was so comfortable and we had a beer and a meal sent to our room then went to sleep watching Blood Diamond. Let's see what tomorrow ...