Silver Ferns Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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All of us arrived Delphi, India at 3 a.m., then we were on the way to the hotel in a little cute tourist bus. We had experienced our first culture shock, because there were stray dogs, homeless people, and trash everywhere. People lived outside under their own tarps as their shelter.
Then we arrived at the hotel and we went ahead pampering …
... us that we should go immediately to the Government Tourist Office where they provided special tickets for tourists.
He found us a tuk-tuk and sent us on our way. (20 rupees!) The tourist office bore a close resemblance to Steptoe`s living room but we were greeted like long lost friends and ushered into a small office at the end of the room. Here we met Naz Mohhamed who immediately assured us that tickets for Shimla were no ...
... They are among the children who are malnourished or are not
able to go to school. Some of these children find their home in care centers that
provide for their shelter, food and everyday needs. You could also work in
these shelters and be involved in their daily tasks.
Do you know that when you help the needy children, they will
always remember you for what you did for them? They may not be able to remember
your name but they will remember what you did to them.
... our steps up to hand over the photos, and finally be told that we really did not need the photos after all. Whew. We then walked out of the airport, and were told by a young man that there were no taxis because of a strike. Now, we had just come from India. We were used to being told all kinds of things, so "all the taxis are on strike, you need to come in my bus" seemed like just another scam. Not so. Turns out, there really WAS a ...
... our trip and I knew we would soon be on our way. Unfortunately fate stepped in and as we taxied out to the runway a Sikh gentleman decided that he would try to die. He was sitting several several rows behind me and I heard a really strange cough, some little coughs and then his wife started to call for help. Soon they were calling for a doctor on board who soon arrived. We then had to wait for a gate to open up, wait for an ambulance and then unload their baggage before we ...