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... we might try to buy something to eat from a street-seller, Judith announced that she was unsure whether or not we had sufficient rupees to get home let alone eat. This came as something of a shock, but despite her reluctance to open her purse in the narrow cacophanous street, we had a quick and surreptitious check. All was well; the note she had thought was 100 rupess actually had an extra nought on the end.
By this time we were thoroughly lost and not a rickshaw or tuk tuk ...
... t do it justice. So I've decided to list some things (more for Luke's and my sake, so we don't forget..):
Gorgeous little Indian children in the nuddy playing on dirt piles looking for rocks
Women walking miles by the road side carrying huge baskets on their heads, but still in beautiful saris
Busy, dusty towns with street stalls everywhere selling fruits and veg
Water buffalo (at only $400 AUD Luke was tempted to buy one..) and cows roaming around in ...
... newer addition to the facilities. There are many websites that facilitate hassle free online booking for bus journeys. Here are the top five websites:
1. redBus.in: redBus is India's largest ticket booking platform. This company which was founded in 2005 also sells tickets offline through different outlets. It is a part of the Ibibo group and has offices in ...
... called The Palm Springs in a city called Gurgaon near New Delhi. Gurgaon is the home to many multi national companies and Fortune 500 companies resulting in many high rise office buildings and purports to have some of India's most expensive real estate. The complex of The Palm Springs is a beautiful and tranquil oasis, with lush gardens, plants, tennis courts, swimming pools and home to many foreigners and Indians working in Gurgaon. We would call it home for the next month where ...
... of. To be honest this is the most advanced place I have ever seen in my entire life. The improvement for physics, astronomy, medicine, chemistry, and math are so advanced compared to any of the other places I have been to. Speaking of advancement, the food here is so rich in spices. I ate at a local hut and had tea, curry (with meat), rice, saffron and many fruit. I had very regional food, they usually grow grain, rice, vegetables and many fruit.