The Leela Ambience Gurgaon Hotel & Residences
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... us lots of tips. We survived the public transport, actually it was better than I thought. Fun fact for the day boys sit separate to girls in the cabins on the train. Tomorrow - so. Stoked we are off to the Taj Mahal wahoo! Lots of love From Chrissy and Andy Andy has Sussed out all the local mechanics and how all the took tooks work.. He absolutely is loving ...
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... first class" :) It even included food which no-one was game to eat- so funny because there were some Chinese people across the aisle from us that did exactly what I did- picked up all the food, looked at it, then settled for the chocolate eclair lolly assuming it was the only thing guaranteed not to make you rush for the um, dirty train toilet! (Hello hand sanitizer.) Luke almost ate the sandwich but I begged him not to!
So the train ...
... the narrowest of spaces. Many of the commercial vehicles have painted on their rear the words "Horn Please." Ashim told us this means, “I will not move over unless you honk your horn.” As a result, the entire mass of humanity on the roads was engulfed in the constant honking of their vehicle horns.
Into this mass of vehicular traffic and noise Robert, our Indian rickshaw driver, charged with us in tow in the rear of his bicycle driven cart. Soon, from ...
We picked our Self Drive Innova from T3 terminal in Delhi and left for Jaipur at about 10 AM . The NH8 highway connecting Delhi to Jaipur is in a bad condition with all the 6 laning of the highway , but we were lucky not to find much traffic as we were travelling on a working day .
An hour into the journey we stopped at Old Rao Dhaba and had our breakfast . After stuffing ourselves with all the Paranthe and some Tea we continued with our journey ...