Shining Star Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... to whinge too much in this blog but India's roads are beyond description at the best of times. Unfortunately for us this is a Sunday and there is some kind of road rally on. Now the roads are not closed for such an event as we would in Aus so we have the pleasure of crazy Indians flying at us in hotted up cars, bikes and even on hotted up scooters. Seriously scary stuff. The Turban Toppers, commonly referred to as Shiks ...
... and she offered to bracelet them and give the bigger ones to my Dad. She insisted that my Dad would love these. What is it with these Chinese and their love for funny beads. I have no clue. Jean was excited about my potentially being stranded in NYC on the night of the 21st and happily offered to pick me up from the airport and bringing me back to her place. Its lovely to have a sister whom you love. The best part of me and my sister's relationship is that ...
... Hot water was boiling and in no time I had a cup of tea in my hand. I decided to take a shower and take a nap. It was the Indian styled bucket and cup shower due to the absence of a shower head but I managed to clean up regardlessly. I was told to meet Dr. Sheila at 9. The bed was ultra soft and comfy and it felt like I've just closed my eyes when the alarm sounded. Struggling, I got up, not wanting to be late. I wondered into the kitchen, only to find that Dr. Sheila was ...
... bridge to enter the Tosh village, once you cross that bridge you will see narrow roads and would realise that the trek is steep. Keep trekking till the waterfall.
People in Tosh are very innocent. The place where I stayed in Tosh was a wooden guesthouse, and the owner of that guesthouse was a lady. I spoke to her regarding Tosh’s weather in winter, she laughed and proudly said “Poora safed hota hai humara Tosh” it ...
... As we were getting dropped off on the outskirts of the city, he showed me the metro system and which lines and stops to take to get to where I was going. So for the 18 rupees it cost for my token (about 28 cents), he saved me the hassle of dealing with the taxi and rickshaw mafia and I avoided the need to haggle with them after an 8 hour ride (did I mention we broke down twice, adding 2 hours to the trip and that the AC didn't work?). I headed to an area called Paharganj, ...