The Leela Ambience Gurgaon Hotel & Residences
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... smell AMAZING, all the flavours of the curry and fresh bread I was in heaven and started getting hungry.
We decided to eat back at the roof top restaurant at our hotel as heard good reviews and we read to always eat where the locals do!!
We decide to try a vegetarian share platter which includes 3 curry dips, a chapatii, popadom, vegetable pakora, yoghurt and rice for.....£2!!! It was delicious the flavours ...
... this trust. We walked up several flights of stairs on our way to meet the boys (girls live in a different building). We could hear the teacher tell the boys we were coming and there was lots of noise as the boys prepared for our visit. But, when the door opened, we were greeted by four rows of silent boys, sitting cross legged, waiting for us. They are being taught English and we were encouraged to mingle and talk with the ...
... rupees, just under 50 rupees for $1 AUD. Just to give you a sense of proportion for when prices are noted later on. As we exit the terminal, looking for our names on a placard, there is a cacophony of noise and bustle from further out on the road. Eventually we find a young Indian guy with an Intrepid sign and figure he must be our man, he is, and he tells us he'll call up the car which should take 5 minutes. Right outside the building, you can see what's causing ...
... a very European feel, clearly designed to attract the rich white customers, the ladies out for lunch whilst their hubbies do business. When the caffeine from the coffee kicked in we were up and ready to go.... For a massage... such a hard lifestyle. We decided to shop around a bit to try and find the best deal but it all ended up a bit expensive so were saving it for Jaipur as apparently there it's ...
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 ...