Hotel SunStar Grand
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... brought up one glass to begin with. Once we were up we used the computer again round the corner doing more blog and photos. Trying to get a day “Shrimping” in Singapore – a little difficult at the moment as we don’t get any email replies! Did sort accommodation though that wasn’t going to break the bank which was a plus. After deciding to have a lazy day today we caught the Metro to Green Park in the afternoon and walked over to the village ...
... least. I have never seen poverty like this before. It is a whole new world. It is 6.5 acres in circumference with 40,000 people living there. You walk down the narrow streets with drains either side of sewage and flies everywhere. We walked 10 yards at a time because everyone stops and shakes your hand and says 'Namste' - hello and wants a photo. They are so friendly and welcoming. It's hard to communicate because 11 different languages are spoken in the slums, it is ...
... 21 - 06 -13 for the princely sum of 80,735 Rupees. This amount also included my years insurance (2139 R) and a new helmet for 675 R. This equates to 837 UKP all in - 22UKP for Insurance and 7 UKP for the helmet. Not the best helmet in the world and I could've purchased this one in the market for half that price easily. Still, the condition of sale is that a new lid must be purchased - that's the law and who am I to argue. Anyway, I'll be sticking to my UK one which was ...
Get one weeks in advance if possible in the country you reside and pre book your journeys or suffer at your own peril. You cannot book an Indian train last last minute.
First proper nights kip and everything now sorted, I was keen to make the most of the city. Got myself a driver. Ravi was his name. We conversed lots over the day although not really understanding a word the other was saying. Still I'd like to think that ...
... forward and are not afraid to grab their camera phone and take your photo as they walk towards you on the street or approach you and start asking personal questions (although this is usually just innocuous probing, not meant to offend). Overall, a real eye opener into the poverty and challenges of the people of India. The population is 1.2 billion with an unemployment rate of 10%25. Plus, according to the UN, anyone earning less than USD$1 per day is below the poverty ...