Hotel SunStar Grand
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- Airport Transportation
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... contrast of India. Lots of gated communities interspersed with shanty towns or tented communities living under flyovers. People having to use bushes or streets as their toilet. Also seemed to be landfill on every street and quite upsetting to see people and animals picking their way through for food. All hotels frequented by tourists have security barriers across their entrance with cars searched for bombs following the Mumbai bomb attack. You're also often searched every time ...
... of the temple, we go to Qutab to see the Qutab Minar (tower) and enjoy the ancient ruins surrounding the tower, playing rain-dodging in the process! Later we head north to a deer reserve, en route to Laxminarayan Temple, admiring the nazi emblems encrusted all over the bright red and gold walls of the Temple, however we ...
... lazy wander around the desert frontier town and its busy market. We found a government authorised bhang shop and had a lassi for the evening. Still feeling no better the next day I went for a very sedate wander around the living fort. It's very strange to see people living in the tiny houses and shops in all the little crevasses, I imagine it's as close to what and actual medievil fort looked like I full flow. Not like those reenactment chumps would have you believe. Imagine being ...
... old temples that have been restored to their original appearance. We saw a peacock, which we were quite impressed by, eventhough we were disappointed it didn't spread it's wings. Next stop was another world heritage site called 'Qutab minan' another huge ground of greenery and beautiful trees and flowers with ancient ruins and architecture, as well as a large tower from many many years ago that has been encrypted with gorgeous ancient writings and mosaic. The problem with sight ...
... wonderful sleep for 4 hours before our adventure of India started in full. We were picked up by Mr Inder who was now fully aware where our hotel was and were taken to the Qutab Minar, the tallest free standing minaret in India. We were greeted by a gentleman who became our guide for the day and was excellent in giving us the history of the Mineret and the Hindu temple which was built alongside many many years ago. Carvings were explained ...