The Acura BMK
Travel Blogs from Gurgaon
... me as payment for keeping watch over her shoes.
Elena then showed up and the taxi driver said he’d be back in two hours, so we set off through the winding streets. The traffic down the street was incredible. It was basically completely stopped and we had to climb over motorcycles and bicycles to get down the lane.
We visited a couple jewelry shops and then settled on Ram Parkash Vinod Kumar. I know I have the card from the jeweler we went to on our ...
... religion by itself seems perfect in me eyes. There are aspects of each that appeal to me and seem to make sense. The more I learned of these Eastern religions, the more I wanted to know. If I had to pick one and only one, I would say Hinduism really spoke to me. I am a creative and illustrative person and loved the artistic side of this one. I also loved the idea that there are millions of deities to pattern your life after, who will protect you or show you the path to ...
... asked me lots of irrelevant questions about my stay in India, which being repeated three times each, headed towards creepy and seemed as though if they wanted to make sure no one would come looking for me if they disposed of the body.
HERE'S WHERE IT GET'S INTERESTING
So Derek T decides he's going to `help' me by giving me a new package, that included a better way to travel around India. In short! This new help me package was going to cost me just over ...
Ordered room service breakfast at 7:00, had to leave without it at 8:15. Some things at this hotel are pretty slack. Catching the Metro could be a bit easier – you have to buy a token each time from the station you are starting at over the counter, and then you have to go through security scanning as well like getting on the plane.
The actual trains were pretty good. Followed the directions to ...
... delicious Hyderabadi cuisine.
On the 25th, we head for the wilderness of verdant Western Ghats and take a morning flight to Bangalore.