The Courtyard

B-37A, Sushantlok - I, Gurgaon, Haryana, 122 002, India | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Gurgaon

Taj Mahal, Rajinder, Harminder

A travel blog entry by giuliani242

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The night before I left for India I was standing in the two-bedroom condo getting ready for my last night out in Bangkok. It was about 10pm and it was the point in the night where the perfect mixture of Tiger beer met my favorite song blasting from the speakers. It is the moment before you head out for the night when everything seems possible and …

First taste of India

A travel blog entry by dafischer


... flight. At 5am, I woke up wide awake, stared at the ceiling, and realized my body had no sense of day, time, country, home or away, nothing.

Indian tv is something. There are a few good movie channels, local channels in Hindi, channels with only audio (?), and TLC. TLC is awesome because there are lots of cooking shows, which I love, and they're ALL about Indian or Asian foods. Works for me.

My shower could have peeled the copper off ...

India to Nepal - Part 2

A travel blog entry by clearyf


... on our way out, soccer balls, cricket bats, badminton rackets, some kites, some board games and some chalk boards. When the time came to dish them out there was mayhem. There wasn't enough to go around but I guess they will just have to share them out. Some of the kites got ripped in the rush so some kids had to make do with a torn piece of felt paper. I even saw one kid playing with the tube that the shuttlecocks had been in. Next stop, Khajuraho. Finally a private bus to ...

Out and about in Delhi!

A travel blog entry by brynandnate


... unfurled over the ground (dirt, pavement or whathaveyou), and then aligned with the other rugs around it. There was a central stage area, and hundreds of chairs, all covered in white satin chair covers, and then more rugs leading to an immense area (also completely covered by rugs) with giant silver tureens that would keep food warm. It would be quite the experience, to be married in the Red Fort!

Its actually nice- we paid 250 rupees each, ...

First week in Delhi Done, Visit to Humayun's Tomb

A travel blog entry by heatherandrew


... was in a good mood.

I then walked around the giant Humayun’s tomb. According to the guidebook, it was by Haji Beum, Humayun’s senior widow after his death in 1556. Actually kind of felt bad for the guy. The story is that he inherited Delhi from his father. Then lost it to the Afghan warlord Sher Shah Suri, but then managed to regain it all from Sher Shah’s son. He then moved into Sher Shah Suri’s residence. But a year ...


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